Saskatchewan premier says the illegal blockade is restricting the flow of fuel to communities across the province.
To address skills and labour shortages, young people should be encouraged to seek careers in trades and technology
The Montreal airport workers are slated to go back on the job Feb. 4
Ontario and Quebec contributed the most to growth that was ahead of the 2019 inflation rate of 1.95%
Unifor called on Premier Scott Moe to demand that both sides go to the bargaining table and work with a provincial mediator
Dana Swisher, 60, fell into the vat at Techmetals Inc. in Ohio on Jan. 21
The Court of Queen’s Bench found union disobeyed interim injunction limiting time members can hold up traffic going in and out of the Co-op refinery
Prestressed Systems pleaded guilty to failing to adequately protect a worker.
She will stick with her work advocating for the energy sector and on sexual-assault law training for judges
Chief Evan Bray said about 50 officers were called to maintain public safety and saw people breaking the law