“We are here for our team,” said bargaining unit spokesperson, Joel Sinkins. “Developmental Services workers at KACL are standing solid until we get the fair contract we deserve.”
“This report is an important contribution to understanding the Fraser decision’s meaning for labour rights.”
Leading Canadian organizations are concerned that the proposed regulations, if not strengthened, will deliver only a 3 per cent improvement towards meeting Canada’s 2020 emissions target, and according to Environment Canada will have a “negligible impact” on non-polluting electricity generation.
The All Together Now! campaign continues to build a movement in support of quality public services and fighting for tax fairness.
"Such a taxation would be very useful to promote global and sustainable development according to principles of social justice and solidarity".
"Let's send them a clear message: We want you to slow down some of that $1.3 trillion easy money that's sloshing around the global casino each day - enough cash to fund every social program and environmental initiative in the world."
The Pension Protection Act moves pensioners to the front of the line of creditors to be paid out during bankruptcy
The Canadian Environmental Network (RCEN) received notice last week that it would not receive $547,000 in core funding that the government had previously said it intended to provide.
Critics of genetically modified animals barred from Summit on the Future of Animal Agriculture.
Check out the election magazine from the Saskatchewan Government and General Employees' Union (SGEU). Before you vote, get informed.
The report recommends establishing clear and measurable national goals for each stage of learning as well as independent monitoring to assess Canada’s progress on meeting these goals.
MGEU/NUPGE members at Knowles Centre avoid strike action by heading back to the table.
Members of the Manitoba Association of Health Care Professionals (MAHCP) at Gamma-Dynacare voted in favour of ratification of the tentative agreement.
Three Manitoba Association of Health Care Professionals Bargaining Units, at CancerCare Manitoba, have rejected the Employers last offer with respect to terms and conditions for a new collective agreement.
The majority of MAHCP members, of the Central Table bargaining units, who voted have ratified the collective agreement.
BCGEU urges provincial government to restore funding to much needed social programs.
"As the trade union movement has well pointed out, it is growth and decent jobs, not austerity, which are essential to beating the crisis and putting an end to the growing inequality and poverty around the globe." - James Clancy, NUPGE National President.
"With the controversy over tar sands building in the U.S. and Europe, the world is watching Canada. The federal government can’t continue to say one thing abroad and do nothing at home," warns Gillian McEachern, program manager of Climate and Energy for Environmental Defence.