First-ever collective bargaining agreement to apply to seasonal migrant workers in Canada, capping a 21-month struggle for union rights and representation
'Public support for physician and hospital services seems warranted in the interest of further reducing inequities in health.'
As Brazilian sugar cane feeds the biofuel industry, it takes its toll on its labourers.
'It's unconscionable what some governments and corporations are doing in the name of globalization.'
Damages claimed for Nortel's 'failure to provide to their employees reasonable notice of the changes to the pension plan.'
Ottawa (25 June 2008) – A class-action lawsuit has been filed on behalf of employees of Nortel Networks from across Canada regarding recent changes made to their pension plan. The lawsuit was filed in Ontario Superior Court yesterday by the Ottawa law firm of Nelligan O'Brien Payne LLP.
'At the mercy of a complex and confusing system that exploits, threatens and silences them while putting their lives in danger.'
The biggest corporate takeover in Canadian history – the purchase of BCE Inc. by a group led by the plan
James Clancy gives 10 good reasons why the U.S. should opt for government-funded Medicare
The Bonn session of the United Nations climate negotiations closed today with some new ideas on the table but only marginal progress towards a climate change deal,
"Employees ultimately bear the cost of DB (and DC plans), even if the employer and the employee ostensibly share these costs."
James Clancy calls on minority Conservative government to respect the will of Parliament and stop the deportation of Corey Glass on June 12
Increase is 0.7 percent over the previous quarter
Ottawa (6 June 2008) —Human Resources and Social Development Canada today announced the latest benefit rates for Old Age Security (OAS).
Head of Ontario Teachers Pension Plan calls for National Pension Reform Summit