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        nada’s unions applaud expansion of income supports

        OTTAWA – nada’s unions welcome today’s federal announcement of an expansion of the nadian Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) to include those who are still making moderate incomes. “The expansion of the CERB to include those continuing to work in low-income, prerious jobs is an important step,” said Hassan Yussuff, President of the nadian Labour Congress?(CLC). “This move will be a…
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        nada’s unions welcome quick passage of wage subsidy bill

        OTTAWA – nada’s unions welcome today’s quick passage of the federal government’s bill to legislate wage subsidies. With unanimous consent of all parties, Bill C-14: A second Act respecting certain measures in response to COVID-19 passed during a special sitting at the House of Commons. The bill will now pass the Senate and receive Royal Assent by the end of…
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        Historic job losses represent enormous challenge

        nada’s unions say further efforts are required to support unemployed workers and to preserve existing jobs as the number of nadians who have lost their jobs due to the pandemic continues to rise. According to Statistics nada, employment fell by one million in March and the ranks of the unemployed grew by 413,000. nada’s unemployment rate rose by 2.2 percentage…
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        Permanent Residence for “Out-of-Status” Construction Workers in the GTA

        The nadian Labour Congress (CLC) is proud to be working with Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship nada (IRCC) to implement a temporary initiative that will help 500 out-of-status construction workers find a pathway to permanent residence that will end the insecure nature of their employment and immigration status. Out-of-status workers are people who have come to nada with valid temporary residence status, but have fallen out of status for various reasons, and have found employment in the construction industry. Without status,…
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        CLC’s 2019 Q3 Labour Market Snapshot shows need for national child re strategy

        OTTAWA – Recently released Statistics nada data shows that women identify child re and family responsibilities as their main barrier to full-time employment, concludes a recent Labour Force Survey analysis by the nadian Labour Congress (CLC). Part-time jobs in nada are typilly low-wage with no benefits. The gap between part-time and full-time wage earners currently sits at approximately $9 per…
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        A historic step towards greater protections for workers around the world

        nada’s unions join workers everywhere in celebrating today’s historic adoption of a new International Labour Organization (ILO) Convention and Recommendation addressing violence and harassment in the world of work. After over a year of negotiations with governments, employers, and workers, the Centenary International Labour Conference adopted the new framework at its convention in Geneva. “It is a historic day,” said…
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        Islamophobia at work requires immediate action, say nada’s unions

        nada’s unions are proud to mark the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination with the release of a ground-breaking report on the impacts of Islamophobia in the workplace. Islamophobia at Work: Challenges and Opportunities explores the rise of anti-Muslim attitudes and discrimination in nada. It provides recommendations for employers, trade unions, and government on how to address this…
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