April 29, 2020
Security in times of crisis: fixing Canada’s Employment Insurance program
COVID-19 has sparked an important conversation about the nature of decent work and the inadequacies of Canada’s social safety net that is long overdue
April 22, 2020
Energy workers still waiting for federal relief
The speed and depth of the economic downturn inflicted by the COVID-19 crisis has been unprecedented. The Canadian economy took a 9% hit to its gross
April 6, 2020
Kenney is wrong: our children still need education workers during the pandemic
On the afternoon of Saturday March 28, timing that leaves no doubt he was seeking to avoid as much media scrutiny as possible, Alberta Premier
January 14, 2020
NL workers deserve better than poverty wages
Employers that refuse to offer workers an hourly wage of at least $15 are sentencing their employees to poverty.
November 13, 2019
Newfoundland and Labrador’s part-time work problem
Part-time work is nothing new to Canadians because employers have long exploited a gap in our employment standards that allows them to discriminate...
June 10, 2019
Small acts of resistance and larger-scale actions: Unifor fighting for fairness and preservation of critical public services in Ontario
The shocking impact of Doug Ford’s surprise budget cuts are reverberating across Ontario. While the middle-class suffers, a band of resistance led...