"We are standing up to this corporation, not only for ourselves and our families, but for all workers, now and in the future."
A Toronto hotel has branded its employees, a group of predominantly visible minority women, as "animals" for fighting to protect their modest pay and benefits.
The CAW has produced a colourful new 40-page booklet that charts the history of union security laws and workers' rights in Canada, called 'Where did our rights come from?'
Local and national leaders from Canada's largest energy union will take part in a public hearing this week on charges laid against the Canadian oil and gold company, Pacific Rubiales Energy, in Bogota
Today’s Supreme Court decision on mandatory random alcohol testing is a victory in the battle to protect workers’ privacy rights
The bill is masked as an attempt to provide workers with a choice in whether or not to join a union, but in reality, it is a further attempt to dismantle the rights of workers to join a union.
While many farmers treat their employees fairly, temporary foreign worker programs create a systemic vulnerability for migrant workers.
Our right to strike has been attacked. Free collective bargaining has been disrupted.The next attack will likely be on the Rand formula.
Take action and show solidarity with these workers by sending a message to Bangladesh's Prime Minister and the Minister for Labour and Employment.
The demolition by employers of the standard full-time permanent job is the biggest labour market story of the last generation, yet it has largely been ignored by legislators.