Unifor’s Lana Payne is taking on the fight for workers

Unifor president Lana Payne wants Canadian workers to know—and get paid—what they’re worth
A Foodora courier is pictured as they pick up an order for delivery from a restaurant in Toronto, on Feb. 27, 2020. (Nathan Denette/CP0

Foodora couriers are now dependent contractors—that’s a problem for Big Tech

Andrew Cash: The Ontario Labour Relations Board decision throws into question the status of workers on all platforms: Uber, Lyft, TaskRabbit, and more. And it opens a huge opportunity for the labour movement.
The Queen And Duke Of Edinburgh Visit Wolverhampton

The Queen faces a labour dispute at Windsor Castle

Some staff start at less than $30,000. They want more from the royal purse.
Tim Hudak

Can Tim Hudak sell right-to-work in Ontario?

Or did his party just hand its opponents a silver bullet?

Carleton residence workers want a union

Residence fellows concerned about safety and workload

Editorial: What the Supreme Court really thinks about cyberbullying

It’s okay, but only when unions are the bullies
The king of the corner store

Quebec’s Couche-Tard: the king of the corner store

They’ve set their sights on Europe while facing off with a homegrown foe: the union movement