Canadian Health Coalition October 18
As Health Ministers from across Canada meet in Edmonton today, Canada's Health Coalitions released a report showing what the bilateral health schemes pushed through by the Trudeau government have cost
Fair Vote Canada October 18
Fair Vote Canada
Fair Vote Canada and Democracy Watch jointly demand that the Conflict of Interest and Ethics Commissioner, Mary Dawson, investigate Prime Minister Trudeau’s actions concerning electoral reform.
Food Secure Canada October 18
In the past few months, FSC has been busy talking with members and other food-system stakeholders, helping to set the stage for a food policy for Canada. Read the documents from the campaign here.
Socialist Worker October 17
A right wing emboldened by the Trump presidency is behind the increasing attacks on left-wing faculty and students' right to protest. This challenge can't go unanswered.
Canadian Worker Co-operative Federation October 12
The world needs workplace democracy now more than ever; it needs people and planet before profits. Come to our Conference to help us map out these radical routes, to build this new and better world.
Canadian Health Coalition October 12
A single-payer, national public drug plan will realise the greatest cost savings for everyone, create equal access to medicine across the country, and help build comprehensive public health care.
Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario October 10
In August, ETFO passed a series of motions at its Annual Meeting that call on the government to take action in elementary schools, which are least likely to be air conditioned.
Canadian Union of Postal Workers October 10
All the groups that support the Cuban people are calling for financial support to help with the reconstruction of the country. CUPW joins the the call issued by the Canadian Network on Cuba.
Hospital Employees' Union October 10
B.C.’s Seniors Advocate is calling for higher staffing levels in residential care facilities after releasing the results of a ground-breaking survey of care home residents and their families.
Canadian Labour Congress October 6
October 7, 2017 will mark the 10th anniversary of the World Day for Decent Work, a day when unions around the world unite in action for decent work.
Canadians for Tax Fairness September 26
Canadians for Tax Fairness
The small but very vocal misinformation campaign threatens to scare the government out of taking this modest, but important step towards building a fairer tax system. Speak up for fairness.
Canadian Health Coalition September 26
To ensure the safety and security of Canada’s plasma supply, we must support CBS’ non-profit, voluntary donor system. Currently, we only have 7 voluntary donor plasma collection sites in all of Canada
Abortion Rights Coalition of Canada September 26
Conservative MP Rachael Harder (Lethbridge) has been nominated as Chair of the Standing Committee on the Status of Women (FEWO) despite the fact that she is strongly anti-abortion.
Canadian Union of Postal Workers September 13
The Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) congratulate Carla Qualtrough for her appointment as Federal Minister of Public Service and Procurement and lays out the work there is to do now.
Canadian Union of Public Employees September 13
The first budget update from the new BC NDP government shows for the first time in 16 years that government can be a force for positive, progressive changes that will make life more affordable.
Hospital Employees' Union September 5
Better access to home support hours would alleviate increasing levels of stress among family caregivers, according to a new report from the BC Seniors Advocate, Isobel Mackenzie.
Food Secure Canada September 5
A recent UNICEF report ranked Canada 37th out of 41 high-income countries around access to nutritious food for children, below the United States and just over Bulgaria, Malta, Turkey.
Inter Pares September 5
Since October 2016, Burma’s military has unleashed a new wave of violence against Muslim Rohingya civilians in the northwest. InterPares has some important articles from refugees, NGOs and others.
Unifor August 29
Unifor
General Electric has eliminated approximately 358 good manufacturing jobs as the company announced it will cease operations at its Peterborough, Ontario plant by the end of the third quarter in 2018.
Fair Vote Canada August 29
Fair Vote Canada
Together, we can raise the profile of PR in this race and elect a leader passionate about fair voting heading into the 2019 federal election.
Mining Watch August 8
Indigenous advocate Bev Sellars announced that she filed private charges against Mount Polley Mining Corporation (Imperial Metals) at the Provincial Court of British Columbia in Vancouver.
National Union of Public and General Employees August 8
National Union of Public and General Employees
According to a CCPA report, P3 privatization schemes for three British Columbia hospitals that are currently under construction will cost the public $262 million more than using public procurement.
United Food and Commercial Workers August 8
More than 345,000 jobs are involved in the production and processing of eggs, chicken, turkey, and dairy products. Act now to protect these workers during NAFTA re-negotiations.
United Steelworkers August 1
B.C. sawmills are closing because of a lack of logs, yet the level of log exports out of B.C. to the U.S. is near historic highs.
Canadian Labour Congress August 1
The Canadian Labour Congress has called for a clear and transparent review of the entire TFW program. The current federal re-working of the Caregiver program is not an improvement, however.
Abortion Rights Coalition of Canada August 1
Extremist anti-choice groups have been invading cities across Canada and forcing citizens to view shocking and graphic photos of alleged aborted fetuses. Take action to oppose them.
Abortion Rights Coalition of Canada July 25
The Abortion Rights Coalition of Canada is campaigning to build protections for medical facilities, staff and patients. The study is a province-by-province look at the current protections in place.
Hospital Employees' Union July 22
The Hospital Employees’ Union on the appointment of Vancouver-Kingsway MLA Adrian Dix as the health minister and New Westminster MLA Judy Darcy to head the new Ministry of Mental Health and Addiction.
Public Service Alliance of Canada July 22
Have you been hearing about the Canada Infrastructure Bank proposed by the federal government? Would you like to know more about its impact and who will pay for it. Read this overview by PSAC.
Canadian Health Coalition July 21
shares Public health-care advocates and unions from across Canada are calling on the provincial and territorial leaders to push Ottawa for a national health accord.

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