Food Secure Canada November 16
Prime Minister Trudeau has made the mandate letters of Ministers public and we have quickly reviewed those that are related to food.
Mining Watch November 16
A new report reveals the dramatic extent of the militarized security strategy that Canadian-U.S. mining company Tahoe Resources developed to quash community opposition.
Socialist Worker November 16
We must not allow this atrocity to fuel racism and Islamophobia.
National Union of Public and General Employees November 13
National Union of Public and General Employees
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is recommitting to repealing two recent anti-labour laws, and also taking an important symbolic step towards rebuilding trust between the federal government.
Public Service Alliance of Canada November 13
The Public Service Alliance of Canada is happy with the federal government's announcement that it will re-open the Veterans Affairs offices that were closed by the Conservatives.
Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario November 13
Teacher and occasional teacher members of ETFO have voted to ratify the central agreement reached with the Ontario Public School Boards' Association and the government.
Sierra Club of Canada November 12
Three weeks after Canadians elected a new government, we may be entering the biggest moment of opportunity this country has seen in a generation.
Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives November 12
Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives
Young homeowners would be hardest hit by a correction in Canada's housing market, says a study released by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives.
Canadians for Tax Fairness November 12
Canadians for Tax Fairness
G20 countries -- including Canada –- are among the biggest losers when U.S. multinationals avoid paying taxes where they do business.
Socialist Worker November 5
Yes, every Liberal government ever elected in Canada has ended up screwing working people. But this Justin fellow seems awfully nice!
Mining Watch November 5
The $3 million loan from Third Eye Capital to the uranium promotion company Strateco to finance its $190 million lawsuit against the Quebec government is cause for concern.
United Steelworkers November 5
In Ontario, full-time jobs with decent wages, benefits and retirement income are increasingly rare. In their place are too many low-paid, part-time jobs with minimal benefits or retirement income.
United Food and Commercial Workers November 4
UFCW Canada and allies have launched the Canadian Migrant Workers Rights Coalition (CMWRC) -- a national group composed of migrant-worker advocates and community partners.
Inter Pares November 4
Funding universal health care in Canada is economically viable, but it requires political will and federal leadership.
Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario November 4
ETFO is advising its members to suspend strike action in light of a tentative agreement that has been reached with the Ontario Public School Boards' Association (OPSBA) and the provincial government.
National Union of Public and General Employees November 2
National Union of Public and General Employees
While the sale of Hydro One will cost Ontario hundreds of millions of dollars a year, it will give the Liberal government funds to use for pre-election spending announcements in 2018.
Unifor November 2
Unifor
Strong education investments at all levels were among the highlights of the Alberta NDP’s first budget.
Socialist Worker November 2
Now that there is a Liberal government in Ottawa the working class, social justice and climate movements must be relentless in their demands for change.
Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation October 30
The Shine the Light campaign is focused on building awareness, engaging people in breaking the silence and encouraging all communities to speak out against Violence Against Women.
Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives October 30
Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives
The new federal government has plenty of room to raise the taxes of Canada's one percenters.
B.C. Government and Service Employees' Union October 28
What message do we have for the incoming Trudeau government?
Canadian Union of Postal Workers October 28
CUPW is happy that Canada Post has "temporarily" suspended its decision to end home mail delivery, but the union would like to see a "permanent" halt to the delivery cuts.
United Food and Commercial Workers October 28
A new report reveals how many of Canada's more than 45,000 migrant and temporary agriculture workers regularly face workplace and human rights abuse.
Unifor October 27
Unifor
Unifor has filed in federal court to challenge inadequate and uneven environmental measures at Port Metro Vancouver.
Food Secure Canada October 27
The election results are a reason to be optimistic for the future of food policy in Canada. Let's take a look at where the new Canadian government stands on Canada's most pressing food issues.
Mining Watch October 23
Forty-eight international organizations are calling for an investigation into the second armed attack in as many years against a well-known activist.
Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario October 23
ETFO will be escalating its current Phase 3 strike action. Beginning Wednesday, October 28, ETFO teacher and occasional teacher members will withdraw from all voluntary extracurricular activities.
Socialist Worker October 23
After nearly a decade in power, Stephen Harper and the Conservative Party of Canada were voted out of office.
United Food and Commercial Workers October 21
The IVOTE4 campaign, a UFCW Canada youth-led initiative aimed at encouraging young people across Canada to vote in this week's federal election was a tremendous success.
Canadian Union of Postal Workers October 21
The Canadian Union of Postal Workers is calling for an immediate halt to the door-to-delivery cuts scheduled in the coming weeks prior to the Liberals forming the new government.

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