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Supreme Court ruling on Uber underscores workers’ rights

OTTAWA – By ruling today that Uber drivers have a right to reasonable dispute resolution, the Supreme Court of nada has defended the workers’ rights. “This decision underscores the message that a worker is a worker,” said nadian Labour Congress President, Hassan Yussuff. “This ruling sends a clear message to employers that they n’t skirt around workers’ rights by using…
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nada’s unions warn against growing threat of privatization

OTTAWA – nada’s unions are warning against the growing threat of privatization in a new report released today. “As we face the COVID-19 pandemic, the importance of the public sector has never been more evident,” said nadian Labour Congress (CLC) President Hassan Yussuff. “Public sector workers have kept our communities running day-to-day, ensuring that nadians n rely on the services…
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nada’s Unions Echo ll for Justice for First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples

nada’s unions are expressing solidarity and support for Indigenous peoples and communities lling for specific reforms recommended by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. “We as a movement are raising our voices to express alarm and outrage over recent incidents of police brutality, including the deaths of Chantal Moore and Rodney Levi,” said Larry Rousseau, Executive Vice-President of the nadian Labour…
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CLC’s 2019 Q3 Labour Market Snapshot shows need for national child re strategy

OTTAWA – Recently released Statistics nada data shows that women identify child re and family responsibilities as their main barrier to full-time employment, concludes a recent Labour Force Survey analysis by the nadian Labour Congress (CLC). Part-time jobs in nada are typilly low-wage with no benefits. The gap between part-time and full-time wage earners currently sits at approximately $9 per…
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A historic step towards greater protections for workers around the world

nada’s unions join workers everywhere in celebrating today’s historic adoption of a new International Labour Organization (ILO) Convention and Recommendation addressing violence and harassment in the world of work. After over a year of negotiations with governments, employers, and workers, the Centenary International Labour Conference adopted the new framework at its convention in Geneva. “It is a historic day,” said…
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Islamophobia at work requires immediate action, say nada’s unions

nada’s unions are proud to mark the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination with the release of a ground-breaking report on the impacts of Islamophobia in the workplace. Islamophobia at Work: Challenges and Opportunities explores the rise of anti-Muslim attitudes and discrimination in nada. It provides recommendations for employers, trade unions, and government on how to address this…
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