National News

Dark day for Nova Scotia labour relations – CUPE LINK

“With his proposed Public Service Sustainability Act, Premier McNeil has made it official: our province now occupies the basement when it comes to treatment of public sector workers and their right to free collective bargaining,” says McNeil.

After the Paris climate deal: What now? LINK

Charles Fleury, national secretary-treasurer of CUPE, is pleased with CUPE’s participation at the COP but says there is more work ahead. “An imperfect agreement is better than no agreement at all, but now the real work continues,” says Fleury.

December 18, 2015 — International Migrants Day LINK

We are reminded of all the temporary foreign workers in Canada who have been, and continue to be, treated very badly and who experience a great deal of discrimination, harassment and exploitation.