A recent survey showed that 49.7% of 797 adolescents surveyed had at least one workplace injury in the previous year.
The British Columbia Government and Service Employees' Union is encouraging people to buy their wine, beer, and spirits at publicly owned liquor stores where they enjoy better selection and lower prices.
Public Services International writes to World Trade Organization (WTo) members urging that they not bow to pressure from G20 countries to accept the proposed Trade Facilitation Agreement without addressing development issues.
Conservative government seen as using tax audits as way to silence critics.
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The Government of Nova Scotia wants input on how to restructure the health care system in the province. Fill out the online survery to make sure your voice is heard.
PEI deputy ministers will no longer receive benefits for two pension years for every one year of work, but government wants to increase base pay by $50,000.
Arguments fail to convince the Supreme Court of Canada to rule in favour of contributors to employment insurance.
Compensation for claimants should be received by the end of July 2014.
For the second time this year, Tony Clement, president of the Treasury Board, has his figures proven wrong on the federal public service sick leave program.
For every ten per cent increase in union membership, there would be a projected decline in income inequality between 2.5 and 3 percent.
Visa Centre staff join growing number of Vancity BCGEU/NUPGE members.
"I’m so thankful to see all of our members on the front lines and behind the scenes doing everything they can to keep people and their homes out of harm’s way." — Michelle Gawronsky, MGEU President.
There are approximately 500 drownings/year in Canada.
Quality public services are vital to the health of our communities.