Canadians encouraged to e-mail, fax and phone MPs in advance of critical Commons vote on Bill C-391.
Equality and Human Rights
CAJAR lawyers, journalists, administrative staff and paralegals targeted with death threats and intimidation.
'It is crucial that businesses make mental health and well-being a priority to prevent disability in the first place.'
Two-year freeze on increases will end on Jan. 1 and rates could rise by 15 cents per $100 of earnings.
NUPGE wrote Prime Minister Stephen Harper last month urging Canada to support a commission of inquiry into war crimes and crimes against humanity.
Information and privacy commissioners from across the country call on governments to change their overly secretive practices.
'Most of the accommodation solutions are inexpensive and don't turn the workplace upside down.'
'We're calling on the federal government to drop the current action they have in the Supreme Court.'
'Workers continue to face discrimination based on gender, age, race, sexual orientation, disability and other factors unrelated to their work.'
NUPGE and its Component unions have contributed $50,000 so far as fallout from the disaster in Pakistan escalates.