Picket lines went up across cities, towns and worksites in Ontario this week as 12,000 members of the United Association of Plumbers and Steamfitters walked out on strike.
June 7th is the first anniversary of the Conservative victory in Ontario. It has been a troubling year, and there are three more to follow.
Ontario recently announced that it will reduce funding towards public health agencies across the province to the tune of $200 million.
Harvey Bischof of the Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation discusses the changes that are coming to Ontario’s education system, and what they mean for teachers and students
Thousands came from across Ontario in the middle of a work day with a message for the Doug Ford government.
Teachers and education workers in Ontario have formed a common front to defend a strong publicly funded education system that is of high-quality and accessible to all.
The Coalitions are gearing up to protect local health care services from loss of control of local services, mega-mergers, and privatization.