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, [...]
A Quebec union is launching a campaign to get people to wear “broken heart” badges to protest against overwork and compulsory overtime for the province’s nurses. Read more.
Civil servants who transfer between federal departments or receive promotions can expect to wait more than six months for their paycheques to follow them through the Phoenix pay system, federal [...]
A number of popular Canadian restaurants have increased the amount of tips servers must share with their colleagues, CBC’s Marketplace has learned. And many servers say that money is being [...]
Who do Ontarians want to respond when they call 911? – 83 per cent say ambulance paramedics, not fire for medical response
A new provincial poll shows that Ontarians aren’t on board for recent Liberal government changes that would redirect 911 medical calls away from paramedic ambulance services to fire departments. [...]