Will the Canada-U.S.-Mexico trade agreement usher in a new era for labour protections in North America?
COVID-19 has worsened the precarious, sometimes abusive working conditions for migrant care workers—most of whom are women and racialized peoples.
Forty-seven people died that night—their hopes and dreams obliterated, future wiped out.
COVID-19 outbreaks in long-term care homes were preventable and devastating; 25 immigrant women health care aides in Calgary recommend solutions to prevent similar outbreaks in future and better protect and remunerate workers.
The time to invest in a short- and long-term COVID-19 recovery plan is now.
Canada must help lower-income countries get control over COVID-19 vaccine technology
Every worker needs to know that they can stay home if sick and not see a gap in their wages.
For labour activists, it’s a sombre occasion—sadness layered over a base of quiet anger. But this year that anger won’t be quiet. Not a chance.
Democracy is built on trust and trust is built on openness.
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