trade unions

What HD Mining dispute says about Chinese labour: The SinoFile

The boiling discourse on the Chinese hires in a Canadian coal mining project shouldn't only be a South-Park-style 'They took our jobs.'

Labour expert warns of conflict with public sector contracts up for renewal

With government employees hitting the bargaining table today and the province balking at wage raises, a UVic professor predicts 2012 a year of confrontation.

Honduran activist Maria Luisa Regalado tells group at El Barrio of President Lobo's brutality

CoDevelopment Canada invited Honduran activist Maria Luisa Regalad to Vancouver to spread awareness about her government's repression and to strengthen international solidarity for human rights.