Ottawa (31 March 2008) - Monday, April 28th, 2008 is the National Day of Mourning for Workers Killed or Injured on the Job. This is a time to mourn for those lost on the job, as we work to strengthen safety standards and reduce the health and safety risks that workers take each day.
High turnover rates and burnout of existing staff also major problems
120 cities and towns taking part on March 29
Friends of the Earth Canada continues with litigation to hold the Canadian government accountable for inaction on the Kyoto Protocol.
The first comprehensive national study in a decade on where and how climate change will impact Canada provides dramatic evidence of the costs of climate change and the need for urgent action, say representatives of the Climate Action Network Canada- Réseau action climat Canada.
Value of all pension funds in Canada amounted to $957.2 billion for the three-month period ending September 2007
National Union of Public and General Employees (NUPGE) is encouraging Canadians to raise their voices against the war in Iraq and Afghanistan and participate local events on the anniversary of
First-ever sharehoder votes on 'say-for-pay' at Canada's big banks get strong support
Revitalizing our manufacturing sector, driving green building, promoting safer chemicals and realizing the economic benefits of global warming are all pieces of the just transition puzzle.
SRI now growing at a much faster pace than the broader universe of all investment assets under professional management
Slightly more than two million people between the ages of 55 and 64 were employed in 2006—a 43% increase over 2001 figures
'Prison costs are blowing holes in state budgets.' - Pew Center on the States