CAPE leadership has a unique opportunity to reform an important federal public sector union.
Adam D.K. King
Adam D.K. King is an assistant professor in Labour Studies at the University of Manitoba.
The results of a recent Angus Reid poll should be cause for concern among unions and labour supporters alike.
No one should be fooled by the scare tactics of the Canadian Federation of Independent Business or any other bosses’ club.
The outcome of this battle will have significant impacts on the conditions of teachers and students across the province.
A new report also finds that unionization’s advantages are greatest among workers who otherwise face disadvantages in the labour market.
In December, New Brunswick’s government rammed through legislation to end the defined benefit pension plans of roughly 16,000 workers.
A hospital union recently presented truly staggering findings from a poll of its burnt out workforce.
Let’s take a step back and look at the overall trends for strikes and wage settlements over the past year.
Adam King and Jason Foster discuss the UCP government’s attacks on workers and the labour movement in Alberta.