TORONTO – The Harper Government’s 2010 Federal Budget has utterly failed to fix Employment Insurance (EI) and help thousands of unemployed workers survive Canada’s ongoing economic crisis. Continue reading Harper’s 2010 Budget Fails to Fix EI
The GJFA Coalition’s is continuing work on the Fix Employment Insurance (EI) Campaign, launched at the start of 2009. In 2010 we intend to continue to fight to make sure that workers being laid off across Canada get the employment insurance that they pay for.
by Karl Flecker National Director Anti-Racism and Human Rights Department Canadian Labour Congress
January 5, 2010
Regulations Amending the Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations (Temporary Foreign Workers) released October 10, 2009 in the Canada Gazette Vol. 143, No. 41
Continue reading CLC response to IRPA Regulatory Changes Regarding TFWs
It has been an incredibly active year for the Good Jobs for All Coalition since November 2008 when we had the Good Jobs for All for a Greater Toronto Summit in Toronto. We have grown to 41 members, with the Jane-Finch Green Anti-Poverty Coalition and Council of Canadians being our newest members. Through the work of our Empowering Workers, Green Economy for All and Investing in Social Infrastructure working groups, we have initiated the Fix EI Campaign, organized a conference on Good Green Jobs for All, and supported coalition members’ work on Child Care, Employment Equity, Temp Agencies, Temporary Foreign Workers.
SCRAP PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO IMMIGRATION AND REFUGEE PROTECTION REGULATIONS! Continue reading Coalition for Change Statement
The Good Jobs for All Coalition, organizers of the November 2008 Good Jobs for All for a Greater Toronto Summit, is actively working on various projects and campaigns, as the follow-up to the action plan which came out of the Summit.
Continue reading Newsletter – Good Jobs for All – May 2009
Thank you all for being a part of creating an exciting, historic day in the City of Toronto, and for engaging in dialogues, sharing experiences and knowledge, and strategizing on how to create good jobs for all in the Greater Toronto Area. Our struggle for good jobs is now even more essential given the deepening economic crisis we are in. We were all an integral part of creating a mandate and momentum to move forward in building a movement for good jobs for all. In our Summit of more than 1000 people, we witnessed the signing and endorsement of the Good Jobs for All for a Greater Toronto Declaration, a statement representing our collective voice and power on the vision we want for the GTA. Continue reading Newsletter – Good Jobs for All Coalition – February 2009