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Labour History Girl Jun 16
On this day in 2011, International Domestic Workers Day was declared to commemorate the adoption of ILO Convention C189. C189 set labour standards for domestic workers such as rest hours, wages, min age, and living arrangements.
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Workers Health & Safety Centre 8h
The fall occurred exactly two years to the day that surveyor Olivier Bruneau was killed at the same location after being struck by a block of falling ice in 2016.
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theleftchapter Jun 17
One hundred years ago today: Winnipeg General Strike Leaders Arrested, June 17, 1919
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Erika Shaker 7h
“I lost half of my funding, and now the funding doesn’t even cover tuition. Screw the younger generation, right?”
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Lana Payne Jun 22
My column this week: Corporate tax dodging – a Canadian pastime
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Jim Williamson 3h
Replying to @laprairie_scott
The stats tell a different story. This is from ATB economic branch. It’s way more complicated, but again, it’s not public employee’s fault your employer doesn’t give you a raise. Wages have recovered from recession for quite some time.
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Canadian Labour 5h
Canada’s national newspaper backs universal pharmacare. The milestone support comes at a critical moment. The government will soon be deciding how to make this happen. Read and RT
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UNE | SEN Jun 22
2 days of exciting and inspiring discussions in St. John's!
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Charles Smith 2h
Labour Politics and Deflection
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Sean McNeill 10m
"April 2016... Even with unions urging them not to, the roll out the second wave of the program." "May 2018... The AG finds that the building and implementation of Phoenix was an incomprehensible failure of project management & oversight."
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Hassan Yussuff Jun 22
Will our elected officials support this national vision for ? Or will they toe the industry line and support half-measures that will continue to line industry pockets while putting people’s health at risk?
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Lacey Croft 11h
Canada among top countries for racist hiring in 9-country survey. “Researchers looked at more than 200,000 job applications. The data “shows nearly ubiquitous discrimination against racial and ethnic minority groups,”
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Erika Shaker 3h
'But who benefits from free speech policies like these is what makes many educators and advocacy groups concerned for how the policies will roll out'
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Lori Johb 5h
For Profit nursing homes only care about their bottom line. Groundbreaking legal action alleges nursing home chains put profit ahead of care
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gwen campbell 2h
Great turnout at Local 1090 for the Federal Election info meeting. We care about the future of Canada & working people.
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Canadian Labour 1h
Over 3.5 million Canadians struggle to pay for their prescription drugs – and many more worry about affording them in the future. Here’s one of those stories.
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Andrew Loewen 2h
Anyone involved w organized labour in Canada who cares about climate justice should listen to this entire interview.
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Workers A&H 7h
Mark your calendars! Our annual Sam Lawrence dinner will take place at LiUNA Station on November 8th! Stay tuned for details on how to get your tickets to this year's dinner to join us in commemorating the centenary of the 1919 Winnipeg General Strike
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Smokey Thomas 4h
At , we value the contributions that health professionals make in providing high-quality health care services. We're here to support you in the fight for better health care & for a better Ontario.
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Popcan🇨🇦 Jun 22
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