Labour Day is a day for us to pause and celebrate the contributions of working people to our society. Not only for those who are in a trade union, but for every worker.
Solidarity is a foundational principle of the labour movement. It allows trade unionists to come together and flex our collective power in support of our brothers, sisters, and comrades who have taken the decision to withhold their labour in an effort to reach a fair and equitable collective agreement at the bargaining table.
Dear Comrades, Brothers, and Sisters,
These past few years have seen incredible upheaval in what we take for granted that it has left us questioning, anxious, and wondering "what next?". We seek moments of calm and wish for the predictability of a life before a global upheaval in health and services.
National Nursing Week – #WeAnswerTheCall
May 9 to 15, 2022 is National Nursing week in Canada. It’s a moment to celebrate and recognize a group of incredibly skilled, professional, and dedicated working people who keep us educated, safe, and healthy. But what does it mean to ‘answer the call?’