The first Canadian parade for workers' rights was held in Toronto on April 15, 1872
A new research studyfinds that a standardized international policy on fee disclosure would help pension plan members become better informed consumers of DC plans
Seasonal foreign farm workers at Greenway Farms Ltd. in Surrey, B.C. have gone union after a majority of ballots cast earlier this month said 'yes' to representation by United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW Canada).
Pembina Responds to Harper and Layton on Carbon Tax Comments
OPSEU seeks input from members and retirees on how the surplus in the pension plan should be allocated
The consideration of environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues into institutional investment will be major trend over the next five years
Toronto (11 August 2008) -The consideration of environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues into institutional investment will be one of six major macro trends over the next five years, due to sustainable performance influences and desirability, says a study by Watson Wyatt.
Its ‘Defining Moments’ report says the growth of ESG investing would be predicated on four major trends:
Employees must be ready to send strong message against any contract concessions, OPSEU says