Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives September 26
Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives
We need a societal response; a collective, sustained and forceful act of kindness.
Sierra Club of Canada September 24
Storms will change in location, intensity, frequency, and speed and everything that humans know about weather and seasons for growing food will be obsolete. Everything.
Communications, Energy & Paperworkers Union September 21
Communications, Energy & Paperworkers Union
We are very disappointed in the decision on the Quebec case and we regret that our Quebec members cannot pursue this case against the Fraser Brookfield Directors.
Ontario Public Service Employees Union September 21
Ontario Public Service Employees Union
Across northern and eastern Ontario members wanted to get in on the conversation about pensions, how to safeguard their retirement savings and secure pensions for those who don’t have them.
Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives September 19
Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives
Making the case for the government to take leadership and commit to public, non-profit, affordable, regulated child care.
United Steelworkers September 17
Families and co-workers of Jordan Fram and Jason Chenier, and the entire community, deserve answers on the decision by police and Crown prosecutors not to pursue criminal charges.
Sierra Club of Canada September 17
The people of Peterborough are experiencing a series of stranger-than-fiction occurrences, where the role of sheriff is played by the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission.
B.C. Government and Service Employees' Union September 14
The BCGEU is puzzled by statements outlined in the B.C. Government's Quarterly Report that suggest that British Columbia's economic health has declined.
United Steelworkers September 12
The USW calls on Immigration Minister Jason Kenney to grant Iraq War resister Kimberly Rivera's application to stay in Canada.
Canadian Union of Public Employees September 11
A new guide from CUPE encourages municipal officials to show caution in considering the use of public-private partnerships to finance public infrastructure.
Mining Watch September 5
The Mexican government's act of force against the families protesting outside Excellon Resources' mine in Durango, Mexico, may be the result of previously unreported high-level lobbying in Ottawa.
B.C. Government and Service Employees' Union September 5
The BCGEU will be conducting strike action for direct B.C. government employees on Wednesday, September 5, 2012 during operating hours at many B.C. government worksites in the province.
Canadian Union of Public Employees September 3
This Labour Day, CUPE is renewing its call on the federal government to convene a national summit on pensions.
National Union of Public and General Employees September 3
National Union of Public and General Employees
NUPGE celebrates the legacy of those who came before us and we commit to continue the fight for fairness in five key areas.
Canadian Union of Public Employees August 31
We are concerned that this bill violates the right to meaningful collective bargaining. Why is it necessary to remove the right to strike before any job action has occurred or been contemplated?
Canadian Auto Workers August 31
Canadian Auto Workers
When we look back years from now, I believe the worth of unions will be measured against our success in organizing and improving the lives of precarious workers.
Canadian Union of Postal Workers August 29
Rural mail carriers still find themselves on the wrong side of the rural-urban divide. Their work is not recognized equally at Canada Post and they have a long way to go to achieve parity.
United Steelworkers August 29
This is a system that observers say still relies primarily on industry to self-police, and lacks the transparency, standards or mechanisms needed to prevent and resolve conflicts.
Beit Zatoun August 27
Beit Zatoun
A photograph exhibit by the youth of Touchstone Youth Shelter. The photographs explore what it means to be homeless and seek to abolish the many stereotypes that come with being a homeless youth.
Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation August 27
The early recall of the Legislature in order to introduce legislation that will impose contracts upon all teachers and education workers is in an affront to collective bargaining.
United Food and Commercial Workers August 24
Over 300 demonstrators marched on Target Canada’s headquarters in Mississauga, Ontario, on August 22 to demand fairness for thousands of Zellers workers and countless Canadian communities.
CAW August 24
CAW
Nearly 1,000 CAW delegates have voted unanimously in favour of moving forward with creating a new union with the Communications, Energy and Paperworkers union (CEP).
Hospital Employees' Union August 22
Medicare advocates are calling on the provincial government to take swift action against the clinic to ensure that the principles of equity and accessibility are preserved.
Ontario Public Service Employees Union August 20
Ontario Public Service Employees Union
The real problem is how the numbers of managers-per-employee has spiraled out of control.
Council of Canadians August 20
After five months and numerous attempts by Conservative Party lawyers to derail it all, a hearing is scheduled for December 10, 2012.
Sierra Club of Canada August 17
Bill C-38 replaced the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act with environmental assessment legislation which does not require a federal environmental assessment for this type of project.
Canadian Union of Public Employees August 17
Communities across Hudson and James Bay are once again reeling from the impacts of the latest Ministry of Children and Youth Services (MCYS) cuts to child welfare funding.
United Food and Commercial Workers August 16
UFCW Canada, along with several other leading voices, will represent the interests of workers and workplace safety on the province’s first-ever Prevention Council.
National Union of Public and General Employees August 16
National Union of Public and General Employees
Governments have a role to play in ensuring citizens live healthy lives.
B.C. Government and Service Employees' Union August 16
The report recommends shifts in forest policy and increased funding to restore services previously cut by the B.C. Liberal government, including increasing resources for compliance and enforcement.

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