The Ontario government says a now-bankrupt mining company has been fined $1.3 million in connection with the deaths of two workers in 2014. Read more.
The union representing high school teachers is still seeking answers about the events leading up to last week’s lockdown at Kapuskasing District High School. Read more.
Determined to stand up for Canadians’ right to security in retirement, staff at Carleton University are preparing to take job action in defense of their pension plan. Read more.
Hearings begin next week into the largest active pay equity case in Canada. Read more.
People’s anger towards the Ontario Liberal government is well founded, according to the province’s Financial Accountability Officer (FAO). Read more.
Unions representing more than 225,000 federal public servants are appealing directly to the prime minister for an order to block the government from collecting more money from its employees than [...]
Statistics Canada data released on February 9 show provinces that have significantly increased their minimum wage rates in 2017 are doing better than they were this time last year. What’s more, [...]