"I want to congratulate college faculty on negotiating a tentative contract that helps to protect and enshrine quality education for students." — Warren (Smokey) Thomas, OPSEU President.
The Fairness Express is on the road on Labour Day to remind Canadians of the need for fairness.
Health regions signal that they will not follow spirit or letter of the Essential Services Legislation in a possible work stoppage.
Poll finds British Columbians want the province to invest in students' education and their teachers.
NUPGE members: Take advantage of this new program that will save you money!
“We designed the program for this year's school to give our leadership activists the skills and tools to engage Canadians in conversations about income inequality and the strong role unions play in addressing this major challenge." — NUPGE National Secretary-Treasurer Larry Brown.
As Premiers meet in Charlottetown, PEI, Canadians for Tax Fairness remind them that they have a role in the oversight of the Canada Revenue Agency.
"Medicare trial" interveners call on B.C.government to protect patients and uphold public health care rulesAug 26 2014
Plaintiffs apply to postpone constitutional challenge in order to seek resolution in face of mounting public pressure and looming trial.
Strong majority opposes Harper healthcare funding regime – ready for Premiers to take a stand.
World experts gather to discuss ways to keep workers safer on the job.
Increased funding from the province not going to improve services or better wages for home care workers.
Impressive start to a weekend of bringing together diverse social movements. The theme: Build Together—Win Together—The Future Is Ours!
Report recommending the privatization of beer and wine sales would not serve the best interests of the people of Ontario.
Developmental services workers join OPSEU to gain a stronger voice for themselves and their clients.
Recent murders of young Aboriginal women further highlight the need for a National public inquiry.