Public service jobs of the people of Ontario have been outsourced to the U.S. for profit.
Robin Hood and his merry activists take to streets across from Parliament Building in support of the Robin Hood Tax. UPDATED
Home support workers on the verge of strike over issues such as hours of work, travel, wages and benefits.
"There is no place left to cut without putting people and services at risk." - Warren (Smokey) Thomas, OPSEU President.
According to the Parliamentary Budget Officer, Kevin Page, Old Age Security is sustainable - despite what the Harper government is telling you.
"It's worse than a "who's on first?" situation; it's whether or not anyone is even considering ways of reducing poverty across the board. Canadians everywhere deserve better answers." - James Clancy, NUPGE National President.
"We’re hoping the B.C. Government has heard their message and gets serious about negotiating a fair and reasonable agreement with us.” - Darryl Walker, BCGEU President.
James Clancy, NUPGE National President, condemned Bill 78, calling it a repressive law which imposes unconstitutional limits on the fundamental rights and freedoms of assembly, association and expr
Canada’s cultural diversity strengthens the country socially, politically and economically.
“It’s times like these when the public is reminded of just how important public services are to our safety."
“This week is a special time to recognize the life-saving work of the province’s emergency medical services professionals,” stated Furlong
The CPP remains the most stable pension fund in the country, funded on a sound basis and well managed by professional staff independent of government.
Facilities (health) talks resume this week: employers slow to disclose data essential to making progress on key issues
Giving more. Worth more: Community-based organizations in Saskatchewan need increased, stable funding
Support increased, stable funding for community-based organizations in Saskatchewan by contacting your MLA today.
NSGEU/NUPGE members to vote on new contract.
Why would your government give up annual revenues of $2.7 billion in order to obtain $100 million? This must count as one of the most short sighted and potentially dangerous decisions a government has ever made." - Warren (Smokey) Thomas, OPSEU President.
“B.C.’s commercial vehicle inspector corps is being stretched to the breaking point,” says BCGEU President Darryl Walker.
Sexual diversity in the workplace, it pays off!, highlights the positive aspects of sexual diversity in the workplace as well as its benefits for employers, companies, institutions and workers alike.
"It is completely unacceptable that the constitutional rights of Canadians were treated with such utter disregard. We can and must do better." James Clancy
"We are committed to achieving binding arbitration, where outstanding issues are settled by an independent third party." - Trent Edwards, SGEU bargaining committee co-chair.
Activists in over 30 countries pile pressure on Governments to back a Robin Hood Tax, as leaders discuss FTT at European Summit
While income inequality has begun to receive the attention it deserves, CMIS is determined to start a serious debate on the economic development strategy for this country.
"Working to maintain our nation’s highways should not put these workers health and safety at risk. Far too many workers have been injured or lost their lives while doing so." James Clancy
"If the government doesn’t move on its proposals, we’ll be forced to consider job action.” - Darryl Walker, BCGEU President.
Bargaining for PEI health care workers moves forward.