National Union of Public and General Employees December 10
National Union of Public and General Employees
People know that when economic injustice and inequality exist, our families and our communities suffer. Economic well-being is a human right that must be protected.
Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation December 7
Bill 115 has continued to be the obstacle preventing education workers and school boards from moving forward to solve the present impasse in negotiations.
Canadian Auto Workers December 5
Canadian Auto Workers
The CAW supports the call for a national public inquiry and a national framework of action to address the issue of missing and murdered Aboriginal women and girls in Canada.
Hospital Employees' Union December 5
While we have made some progress on women's equality over the years, gender discrimination, including violence against women, is still a major problem -- and it hurts all of us.
Inter Pares December 5
In their 14-day tour, José, Diego and Father Juan Luis visited nine Canadian cities, held 20 meetings and reached over 500 people with their message.
Mining Watch December 3
As a responsible government, and as land owners, the TRTFN must ensure its time and resources are directed to financially viable and environmentally responsible projects.
Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives November 30
Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives
The majority of British Columbians not only feel that the wealthiest should be taxed more, but they are also willing to pay more taxes themselves.
Ontario Public Service Employees Union November 30
Ontario Public Service Employees Union
World AIDS Day is dedicated to the memories of those who have lost their battle to the disease but also to honour those who continue to live with it.
National Union of Public and General Employees November 30
National Union of Public and General Employees
Over 1,000 people take to the street to speak out for fair taxes everywhere at Public Services International.
Canadian Auto Workers November 28
Canadian Auto Workers
Canada has a shameful history of its treatment of Aboriginal women and the lack of concern for their lives and well-being.
Mining Watch November 26
While exploration and mining companies gather in Whitehorse, the Yukon Conservation Society is saying that over 8,400 Yukon mining claims are practically worthless.
Hospital Employees' Union November 26
Covers workers who work in publicly funded hospitals, long-term care facilities, emergency health services, health authority corporate offices and warehouses, and in other settings.
Canadian Union of Public Employees November 26
Without stable year-over-year funding, public broadcasters cannot present original, diversified programming designed for the public, not for advertisers.
Public Service Alliance of Canada November 20
Today we remember our transgender and transexual brothers and sisters who have suffered, and continue to suffer, from violence, hatred and discrimination in our communities and in our workplace.
Canadian Union of Public Employees November 20
For years we've been telling the provincial government that agencies providing services to First Nations and Aboriginal communities have greater challenges as funding falls far below what is needed.
Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives November 19
Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives
Something dramatic happened in Canada after 1980: the top 60 firms have effectively delinked from the rest of the corporate universe.
Communications, Energy & Paperworkers Union November 19
Communications, Energy & Paperworkers Union
Governments in Canada at every level must have the capacity to encourage local production through procurement policies.
Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives November 16
Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives
We need to get serious about understanding exactly how much water big consumers actually use — something, incredibly, that the province does not currently do.
Sierra Club of Canada November 16
Until the meteorologists get real and throw out their obsolete models, they’ll keep predicting nonsense.
National Union of Public and General Employees November 16
National Union of Public and General Employees
The Harper government giving in to European drug patent demands during free trade negotiations could raise drug prices in Canada by as much as $1 billion.
Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives November 14
Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives
This paper explores the possible connections and av­enues for co-operation between the living wage movement and the broader corporate social responsibility community.
Communications, Energy & Paperworkers Union November 14
Communications, Energy & Paperworkers Union
The Ontario Liberal government went after the province's teachers, and now they are going after its public broadcaster.
Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation November 14
OSSTF/FEESO is open to further discussions at both the provincial and local levels; however, at this time, no further talks are scheduled.
Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives November 12
Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives
CETA negotiators are proposing dispute resolution mechanisms that would enable foreign investors to sue municipal governments for potential profit losses related to government policies, regulations.
Mining Watch November 9
Aid money is meant to address poverty, not to promote the commercial interests of Canadian mining companies.
Abortion Rights Coalition of Canada November 9
The Governor General must retract two medals given to habitual anti-abortion criminals.
Canadians for Tax Fairness November 7
Canadians for Tax Fairness
New report from Parkland Institute highlights dangers and causes of rapidly growing disparity in Alberta
Ontario Public Service Employees Union November 7
Ontario Public Service Employees Union
The Transgender Day of Remembrance was set aside to memorialize those who were killed due to anti-transgender hatred or prejudice.
Canadian Auto Workers November 7
Canadian Auto Workers
These cuts will endanger the lives of those who work on the sea! Send a letter to the Department of Fisheries and Oceans now to ask the government to reverse the decision to close the MCTS centres!
Public Service Alliance of Canada November 5
Ask your MP to write to Canada Post to get it to implement pay equity now.

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