13 October 2022

The Canadian Alliance for Skills and Training in Life Sciences (CASTL) Officially Opens Charlottetown Biomanufacturing Training Facility

The Canadian Alliance for Skills and Training in Life Sciences (CASTL) today officially opened their new CASTL Biomanufacturing Training Facility located in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island.
13 October 2022

PointClickCare Announces Partnership with findhelp to Improve Social Determinants of Health Care Outcomes for Vulnerable Populations

Collaboration between top technology platform and leading social care network will better support […]
13 October 2022

MEDIA ADVISORY: School support workers to rally at LaGrange’s office

School support workers and education supporters will hold a protest October 14 in front of the office of Red Deer North MLA Adriana LaGrange.
12 October 2022

Durham education workers near unanimous in strike vote amid stalled local talks

While two Durham-area school boards turn to unqualified staff to fill vacancies, education workers are united in their fight to improve schools, better serve students, and secure good jobs.
7 October 2022

MEDIA ADVISORY: Ontario education workers to provide update on bargaining

CUPE’s Ontario School Boards Council of Unions (OSBCU) president Laura Walton will provide an update, via Zoom, about frontline education workers’ bargaining for student success and good jobs.
6 October 2022

CUPE 543 Windsor city workers to deliver Thanksgiving dinners today in partnership with Windsor-Essex food bank association

CUPE 543 city workers will be distributing gift hampers to individuals and families in need in Windsor this morning as part of a charity drive in partnership with the Windsor-Essex Food Bank Association.
5 October 2022

Northwestern Ontario hospitals need to hire 150 more staff each year to deal with increased patient needs and rising paramedic offload delays

KENORA, ON –/COMMUNITYWIRE/– Unless hospitals in northwestern Ontario hire 150 more staff (yearly), […]
4 October 2022

New Alberta Extended Producer Responsibility Regulations Will Harm Local News

Yesterday, the Government of Alberta unveiled its new Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) Regulation. The regulations apply to packaging as well as to products such as newspapers. Literary books and textbooks are exempted from the regulation.
4 October 2022

MEDIA ADVISORY: Hospital staff and Kenora paramedics to reveal number of staff needed just to maintain service levels at north western Ontario hospitals: Virtual media conference on Wednesday

Although across the province, hospitals are dealing with staffing shortages, hospitals in Ontario’s north west – in Kenora, Fort Frances, Rainy River, and Emo – are among those most challenged to retain and attract skilled staff.
3 October 2022

STATEMENT: Kenora Paramedics Union calls on all levels of government to invest in Northern Ontario

Derek Hamilton, president of CUPE 5911, and Nicole Runge, vice president of CUPE […]
3 October 2022

This Year’s National Newspaper Week Celebration Will Be Just Your Type

News Media Canada launches Champions, a custom font highlighting the power of words and the people behind the press who use them each and every day to help uphold Canadian democracy.
30 September 2022

MEDIA ADVISORY: Ontario education workers to release results of strike vote

Ontario’s 55,000 frontline education workers have been exercising their democratic rights as union members by taking part in their strike vote that opened on Friday, September 23 and will close on Sunday, October 2.
27 September 2022

BioTalent Canada Introduces National Talent Strategy to Address Bio-Economy Skills Shortage

BioTalent Canada today unveiled its national talent strategy, a critical element of its mission to help the Canadian bio-economy meet its short- and long-term labour needs.
23 September 2022

Canadian salaries exceeded 2022 projections and expected to grow 3.93 per cent in 2023, marking a second year of significant increases

LifeWorks survey reveals Canadian organizations are experiencing the impacts of inflation and labour shortages during world-wide uncertainty.
23 September 2022

MEDIA ADVISORY: Ontario education workers to hold briefing about start of strike vote

Event Information Begins: 23 September 2022 @ 10:00 AMLocation: Toronto, ON (virtual) TORONTO, […]