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Working prisoners are entitled to employment and safety standards just like anybody else [The Conversation] 2022-11-25

Unionization in Canada, 1981 to 2022 [StatsCan] 2022-11-24

NDP Leader Vows to Fight ‘War on Workers’ [The Tyee] 2022-11-23

Canada-Colombia Frontlines Delegation 2022 [NUPGE] 2022-11-23

Starbucks employees face barriers to unionization as movement grows [Global] 2022-11-23

Workers at Canadian Tire factories overseas paid poverty wages, labour groups allege [CBC] 2022-11-23

Canadian Tire accused of failing to protect human rights [USW] 2022-11-22

University and school strikes across Canada are about workers’ rights — and protecting education as a public good [The Conversation] 2022-11-22

Bank of Canada governor blames workers for inflation [Alberta Worker] 2022-11-14

Indigenous Steelworkers advance their rights at third national gathering [USW] 2022-11-10








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Unionized Telus Workers Take Action Across Canada for a Fair Contract 2022-11-26 [USW]

Federal government to extend EI sickness benefits from 15 to 26 weeks 2022-11-25 [CTV]

Working prisoners are entitled to employment and safety standards just like anybody else 2022-11-25 [The Conversation]

Rabble Radio - Canadian workers are not to blame for inflation 2022-11-25 [Rabble]

Nurses and doctors engage Council of the Federation around solutions to Canada’s health crisis 2022-11-24 [CFNU]

Unions welcome new protections for workers’ pensions 2022-11-24 [Canadian Labour Congress]

Unionization in Canada, 1981 to 2022 2022-11-24 [StatsCan]

Unionization push at Canadian Starbucks gaining steam but facing similar barriers to U.S. efforts 2022-11-24 [CBC]

NDP Leader Vows to Fight ‘War on Workers’ 2022-11-23 [The Tyee]

Canada-Colombia Frontlines Delegation 2022 2022-11-23 [NUPGE]

Starbucks employees face barriers to unionization as movement grows 2022-11-23 [Global]

Workers at Canadian Tire factories overseas paid poverty wages, labour groups allege 2022-11-23 [CBC]

Canadian Tire accused of failing to protect human rights 2022-11-22 [USW]

End Gender-Based Violence – 16 Days of Activism 2022-11-22 [UFCW Canada]

PSAC welcomes progress towards equitable retirement benefits for firefighters and border services officers 2022-11-22 [PSAC]

 VIDEO  Province must fix staffing shortages in nursing homes, says union leader 2022-11-22 [The NB Media Co-op]

University and school strikes across Canada are about workers’ rights — and protecting education as a public good 2022-11-22 [The Conversation]

Top Union Vows to Press Wage Demands, Squeezing Bank of Canada 2022-11-22 [BNN]

How Canada can retain nurses amid a struggling health-care system: report 2022-11-21 [CTV News]

Canada’s unions on COP27: Some wins, but we have our work cut out for us 2022-11-21 [Canadian Labour Congress]

Administrative Work Leader – Full Time Regular 2022-11-21 [MoveUP]

Steelworkers in Sudbury, across Canada welcome Vale's contract with GM 2022-11-20 [The Press]

Long-awaited national action plan on gender-based violence falls short 2022-11-19 [CUPE]

Retaining nurses top priority in stemming exodus, says report by uOttawa researchers 2022-11-18 [The Ottawa Citizen ]

New report proposes action to improve patient care and address nursing shortages; CFNU 2022-11-18 [CFNU]

Bank of Canada’s continuous rate hike is not slowing down inflation 2022-11-17 [Canadian Labour Congress]

Communications Specialist 2022-11-17 [UNITE-HERE]

Director of Organizing 2022-11-17 [SEIU]

Administrative Assistant | Adjointe administrative ou adjoint administratif 2022-11-17 [PSAC]

Labour Relations Assistant (WSIB Appeals) 2022-11-17 [ONA]

Research Officer 2022-11-17 [AUPE]

Records Management Clerk 2022-11-17 [AUPE]

Research Officer 2022-11-17 [AUPE]

The racialized employment gap is narrowing but barriers persist 2022-11-16 [The Monitor (CCPA)]

Bank of Canada governor Macklem has 'declared class war on working people': Unifor president 2022-11-14 [CBC]

Ford-CUPE feud portrays Tories as ‘black-hearted accountants,’ an image which could harm federal Conservatives 2022-11-14 [The Hill Times]

Unifor lobbies Ottawa for worker-centred policies and action on affordability 2022-11-14 [Unifor]

Bank of Canada governor blames workers for inflation 2022-11-14 [Alberta Worker]

CUPE members detained in Dominican are coming home 2022-11-14 [CUPE]

Ex-workers celebrate Air Canada court victory 2022-11-13 [The Free Press]

Halted merger applauded by writers’ orgs 2022-11-12 [The Free Press]

Pivot Air crew detained in Dominican Republic since April could return home soon, CEO says 2022-11-12 [The Globe and Mail]

Unions planned nationwide protests to counter Ford’s use of notwithstanding clause 2022-11-12 [The Globe and Mail]

Canadian airline crew and passengers, detained in Dominican Republic since spring, now granted freedom 2022-11-11 [CTV]

Unions say turnover rate high for new airport security officers as busy holiday season looms 2022-11-11 [CTV]

Former workers of Aveos win their battle against Air Canada 2022-11-11 [CBC]

Industry-leading agreement ratified with Air Transat 2022-11-10 [IAMAW]

Unifor’s Submission to Labour Shortages in the Canadian Transportation Sector 2022-11-10 [Unifor]

Travelling over the holidays? Airline industry workers warn of disruptions, while airlines say flights will run smoothly 2022-11-10 [The Star]

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