United Food and Commercial Workers May 16
May 17 is recognized as the International Day against Homophobia, which was established in 2004 to commemorate the WHO's decision to remove homosexuality from the list of mental disorders.
Canadian Union of Postal Workers May 16
Our right to strike has been attacked. Free collective bargaining has been disrupted.The next attack will likely be on the Rand formula.
Canadian Auto Workers May 16
Canadian Auto Workers
Take action and show solidarity with these workers by sending a message to Bangladesh's Prime Minister and the Minister for Labour and Employment.
Ontario Public Service Employees Union May 15
Ontario Public Service Employees Union
The demolition by employers of the standard full-time permanent job is the biggest labour market story of the last generation, yet it has largely been ignored by legislators.
National Union of Public and General Employees May 15
National Union of Public and General Employees
The Wall government, in its latest bid to quash workers' rights, has passed new legislation which essentially recasts Saskatchewan's entire labour laws.
Council of Canadians May 15
Canadian, Quebec and U.S. groups have launched a public petition to urge oil and gas company Lone Pine Resources to drop a $250-million NAFTA lawsuit against Quebec’s moratorium on fracking.
Canadians for Tax Fairness May 13
Canadians for Tax Fairness
Canadian money stashed in the top 12 global tax havens has topped $170 Billion. This amounts to a quarter of all Canadian money going abroad.
Canadian Auto Workers May 13
Canadian Auto Workers
Governments should continue promoting the use of Canadian-content, and other "buy-local" rules, to guide public purchases and direct investment.
Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives May 10
Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives
On April 30, 2013, CCPA Senior Economist Armine Yalnizyan testified to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance as part of the committee’s study of income inequality.
National Union of Public and General Employees May 10
National Union of Public and General Employees
Nigerian students Victoria Ordu and Favour Amadi were given the toughest possible punishment for working at Wal-Mart, while apparently Wal-Mart faces no penalty.
United Food and Commercial Workers May 8
The Canadian Taxpayers Federation is at it again, blaming workers for everything that is wrong with government and the economy while giving Government Boss Stephen Harper a free pass.
Council of Canadians May 8
Fact-finding mission will enable the international community to bear witness to the struggle of the Salvadoran people to defend their rights to water, health and sustainable development.
B.C. Government and Service Employees' Union May 8
British Columbians believe government funding for community-based social services that support vulnerable families should be improved.
Sierra Club of Canada May 6
Sierra Club Canada is calling on the federal government to follow the lead of the European Union and take action to protect at-risk bee populations by banning three neonicotinoid pesticides.
Canadians for Tax Fairness May 6
Canadians for Tax Fairness
Canadian money in tax havens is at an all time high, $160 billion at last count, and growing. That's not likely to change if we follow the Federal Finance Committee Report on Tax Havens.
Mining Watch May 6
Canadian authorities put public resources at the service of Calgary-based Blackfire Exploration despite connections with suspects in the murder of a local activist, mine suspension, and more.
Ontario Public Service Employees Union May 2
Ontario Public Service Employees Union
From Winnipeg to Windsor May 1 to 15, 2013, come out to support this tour, cosponsored with OPSEU Live and Let Live Fund and other unions and labour councils.
Mining Watch May 1
Since 2008, we have tried to work with the Company to implement our land use agreement on the basis of equality and respect, but the Company has repeatedly refused to dialogue with us.
Public Service Alliance of Canada May 1
We can all question how far this government is willing to go to break the unions, but a more important question is what are you willing to do to stop them?
Sierra Club of Canada May 1
IJC advises governments to investigate installation of flow reduction structures in the St. Clair River to respond to the ongoing low water crisis across the middle and upper Great Lakes.
Council of Canadians April 29
Right now, a community in Ontario's heartland is at the centre of a David vs. Goliath legal fight to protect their water. And they need your help.
National Union of Public and General Employees April 29
National Union of Public and General Employees
Ultimately, unions remain the best way to prevent abuses in the workplace.
Sierra Club of Canada April 27
I think everyone can agree an informed decision is better than uninformed decision when it comes to a major pipeline project that cuts across the water supply for a lot of people in Ontario.
Inter Pares April 27
As a nation, Canada is known increasingly for its isolationist and individualistic positions rather than its collaboration.
Canadian Union of Public Employees April 27
The Day of Mourning is about more than remembering the dead. It’s also about fighting for the living and making our workplaces safer and healthier.
Council of Canadians April 24
The Manitoba Keewatinowi Okimakanak and the Council of Canadians' Blue Planet Project are in Geneva to meet with UN delegations to draw international attention violations of the human right to water.
Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives April 24
Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives
The women of the class of 2013 can look forward to lower rates of promotion at work, less stable work, and diminished retirement security.
Canadian Health Coalition April 24
Senate committee reviewed the goals and progress of the 2004 Health Accord and the resulting document, released last month, is a comprehensive report with 46 recommendations.
Canadian Union of Public Employees April 22
CUPE is standing shoulder to shoulder with the workers across Canada impacted by the catastrophic changes made to the employment insurance system by Stephen Harper's Conservative government.
Communications, Energy & Paperworkers Union April 19
Communications, Energy & Paperworkers Union
We believe that the phase-out of the labour fund tax credit is an attack by the Conservative government on the workers of Québec.

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