After months of negotiations and rejected offers, the town of Paradise, N.L., reached a new deal with its municipal workers on October 27.
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November 20, 2017
There’s more than a $10,500 wage gap frustrating the Canadian Media Guild’s (CMG) efforts to secure a first contract for broadcast technicians at Corus Entertainment in Toronto.
When Yolanda B'Dacy brings signs and union flags to protests, she often has to explain she's not on strike herself.
November 8, 2017
This morning, I had the opportunity to talk with CBC radio morning shows about academic freedom: what is it and why is it important to professors.
The Supreme Court of Canada has ordered that federal lawyers must be paid when they are on standby.
More than 3,000 striking faculty from Ontario colleges and supporters gathered at Queen’s Park on Thursday, just hours after negotiations resumed between the Ontario Public Service Employees’ Union
Mandatory workplace education is crucial for supporting workers experiencing domestic violence, a new report from Saskatchewan says.
The ongoing strike at Ontario’s 24 publically funded colleges puts some of the most vulnerable students at greater risk, say faculty at northern Ontario colleges.
October 30, 2017
The nearly three-month strike of airline baggage handlers and grounds crew at Toronto’s Pearson International Airport has ended.
Classes remain cancelled at Ontario's 24 publicly funded colleges.
Work has resumed at General Motors’ CAMI plant in Ingersoll, Ont.
After more than eight months on strike, workers at the CEZinc smelter in Salaberry-de-Valleyfield, Que., have refused to accept the company’s latest offer and return to work, by an overwhelming 97
The union representing workers at Rogers Media-owned OMNI Television has filed a complaint with the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) alleging the company is violat
Ontario workers experiencing domestic and sexual violence need a paid leave, advocates and politicians say.
Despite daily bargaining talks, union representatives are unsure how long the strike at General Motors’ CAMI plant in Ingersoll, Ont., will last.