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                    nada’s unions mark 30th anniversary of Polytechnique Massacre

                    It has been thirty years since fourteen lives were lost in an act of misogynistic violence at Montréal’s école Polytechnique. Every year since, communities across the country have mourned those, and innumerable others, lost to gender-based violence with a National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women.?? While recent federal initiatives have progressed the drive to end institutionalized…
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                    Now is the time to build a fair nada for everyone

                    OTTAWA – nada’s unions welcomed today’s Speech from the Throne, a speech that highlighted the advancement of many policies the nadian Labour Congress (CLC) has been championing for years. “From increasing health coverage, to tackling climate change, to improving working conditions, this new minority government has set benchmarks for success,” said CLC President Hassan Yussuff. “Pharmare has been an issue…
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                    nada’s unions mark International Day of Persons with Disabilities

                    Over half a million nadians with disabilities are ready and able to work but n’t beuse of barriers to employment and training. To mark the 27th anniversary of the International Day of Persons with Disabilities (IDPD), nada’s unions are expressing support for the My nada Includes Me mpaign, which aims to support employment for nadians with disabilities. “The nadian Labour…
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                    Permanent Residence for “Out-of-Status” Construction Workers in the GTA

                    The nadian Labour Congress (CLC) is proud to be working with Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship nada (IRCC) to implement a temporary initiative that will help 500 out-of-status construction workers find a pathway to permanent residence that will end the insecure nature of their employment and immigration status. Out-of-status workers are people who have come to nada with valid temporary residence status, but have fallen out of status for various reasons, and have found employment in the construction industry. Without status,…
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                    Labour Market Snapshot – Q2 2019

                    In the CLC’s latest Labour Market Snapshot, analysis shows that nada’s strong job numbers mask the reality of struggling young workers. ? While unemployment rates continue to fall overall, many nadians aged 15-29 are staying in school or giving up looking for work altogether. In particular, the number of people aged 25 to 29 who are not in employment, edution,…
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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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                    The labour movement was created by people standing up together for fair wages, safe workplaces and decent work hours.

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                    Organizing a union in your workplace is about getting more rights and more power.

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                    Workers in unions are an important part of the lol community and economy beuse that’s where they spend their paycheques.

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