Dozens of auto sector workers protested at Queen’s Park Sunday against historic changes to Ontario’s personal emergency leave they claim unfairly punishes them. Read more.
April 11, 2018 marks the International DAY OF PINK – a day where communities across the country and the world unite to celebrate diversity and bring an end to homophobia, transphobia, [...]
Last month’s federal budget announcement is an acknowledgement that access to reliable, timely, relevant local news is a growing problem. Read more.
Equal Pay Day is marked on April 10 because women need to work 15.5 months – 3.5 months into the new year – to earn what a man does in 12 months. Ontario’s gender pay gap is a human rights and [...]
A tentative agreement has been reached to end a nearly month-long strike at Carleton University. Read more.
While the 2018 budget was definitely a good sales pitch, it won’t heal the broken bond of trust between the Liberals and the people of Ontario, says CUPE Ontario President Fred Hahn. Read more.
In a human rights complaint waged by the union representing Air Canada employees, flight attendants describe being lined up in the hallway and individually marked on their appearance, among other [...]
Cashiering injures workers. Soon after scanners were introduced, says the Healthday website, “a survey of supermarket cashiers in British Columbia indicated that 30 to 50 per cent of the [...]