December 24 marks the sixth anniversary of the Christmas Eve scaffold tragedy, in which four migrant workers were killed and another seriously injured.
Conditions in Canadian-owned factories are among the worst in Honduras. CODEMUH, along with Canadian unions, is advocating for workers' rights and to strengthen occupational health and safety laws.
Every year, thousands of Canadians are killed or injured on the job. Workers in Canada today are four times more likely to die at work than they are to be murdered.
Ontario Federation of Labour
It appears that the agency tasked with compensating workplace victims is trying to erase 1,150 fallen workers out of existence. Why?
On April 28, we mourn the thousands of workers killed or injured at work each year. An average of four workers die each day in Canada. And, that number is steadily rising.
Canadian airways and rail lines are being operated at the very edge of disaster. What can we do?
Bill C-279 is the latest in a series of proposed laws that would extend long-overdue human rights protection to transgender people.
Yesterday was Bell Let's Talk Day 2015 for mental health. But despite all the "talking" yesterday, there was something missing, particularly in relation to the discussion around workplace health.
Short jail terms for two corporate directors implicated in a workplace death are a step in the right direction but do not address the crying need to enforce the Criminal Code.
Approximately one in five Canadians, or seven million citizens, will experience a mental health problem this year. Many of these problems relate in some way to the workplace.