Our coalition partners, Social Planning Toronto, are leaders in the fight to reinstate Canada’s census. Key in the fight to save the census is John Campey, executive director of Social Planning Toronto. You can watch John Campey sing for change online. Continue reading Save the Census Update
With just over a week before the next major round of UN climate negotiations in Cancun, Mexico, results of an Environics Research poll suggest that the Canadian public has far different priorities than the government when it comes to climate change. Continue reading Climate poll suggests Harper Government out of step with Canadians
Join the rally to support labour rights in Mexico
Protest Mexican treatment of workers at an info picket and demonstration on Tuesday, November 30.
The Good Jobs for All Coalition is calling on Toronto Hydro to become a leader in building a green and equitable Toronto for all.The Green Jobs for All at Hydro campaign believes equity must be central to the new green economy.
Following the municipal election in Toronto on October 25, the Toronto Labour Council issued a statement with their analysis of the results along with a recommended course of action in the coming months.
In a one-on-one interview with journalist, John Bonnar, Labour Council President John Cartwright discusses the factors that led to Rob Ford’s victory and the challenges facing labour over the next four year.`
Friday, November 5
TORONTO – “The federal government must do more to support unemployed workers struggling to survive Canada’s ongoing jobless recovery,” says Winnie Ng, co-chair of the Good Jobs for All Coalition.
A Canada-EU free trade deal would create a huge trade deficit for Canada, resulting in the loss of up to 150,000 Canadian jobs, says a study released today by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives (CCPA).
Toronto: According to “Election 2010: The Environment by the Numbers” a just-released analysis of Monday’s election, a majority of Toronto’s new Councillors have committed to building a green Toronto, says the Toronto Environmental Alliance. Continue reading Toronto Voters Send Clear Message: Keep Building a Green City