The Canadian Association of Labour Media provides training, news and online services to a network of union activists and editors. We aim to strengthen the labour movement by building media literacy.

2017 Ontario workplace convictions

On April 9. 2015, Andy Sokhan texted Gordon Graham saying that he thought that the crane that he was operating was dangerous. Graham, a...

Les cinq priorités du NPD

La lune de miel de la carrière d’un politicien n’est probablement pas un bon moment pour parler de ce qu’il nous reste à faire. Mais...

2018 CALM annual report

CALM's 2018 annual report is available for download here.

News from CALM

June 14, 2018

Deep cracks emerge in right-wing consensus following Ford victory

When Rob Ford became mayor of Toronto, I was in a bar in Regina. Swift vote counting meant that there’d be no drawn out election night.

June 5, 2018

Workers who can make the difference between life and death need help, too

It took Alexandre Bissonnette 90 seconds to shoot 48 bullets at 46 men and children at the Grand Mosque in Ste-Foy.

April 6, 2018

Bullying and Harassment images now available

The Canadian Centre for Occupational Health & Safety (CCOHS)  published a document (below) about what workplace bullying and harassment can include, and what individuals should

April 3, 2018

Come together for pension justice

Over the past three years, workplace pensions and the security of defined benefit (DB) plans have been grabbing headlines.

January 16, 2018

MANITOBA: Reasons to be skeptical of KPMG’s advice for the province

Reprinted with permission from the CCPA The Monitor

 

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