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NewsJob Cuts

January 23, 2024
West Fraser Timber permanently closing Fraser Lake, B.C., sawmill

NewsLegalSexual Harassment

January 23, 2024
Police watchdog wants review of B.C.’s officer’s punishment for ‘predatory’ actions

NewsLabour Relations

January 23, 2024
Union and TransLink trade barbs as Metro Vancouver bus strike hits 300,000 commuters

NewsSexual Harassment

January 23, 2024
Police watchdog wants review of B.C.’s officer’s punishment for sexual advances

NewsChild/Elder CareWorking Remotely

January 22, 2024
Kyte Baby CEO whiffs on first apology, does better on second after mom of newborn denied remote work

NewsHealth & Safety

January 22, 2024
RCMP relaxes recreational cannabis use policy for officers

NewsLegalOffbeat Workplace NewsRecruitment

January 22, 2024
Quebec village’s legal crackdown on residents, media over town manager hiring sparks controversy

NewsHealth & Safety

January 22, 2024
U.S. gun crime, health insurance woes scare off Canadian diplomats, union says

NewsLabour Relations

January 22, 2024
Union warns SkyTrain could shut down too as deadline for Vancouver bus strike looms

NewsLabour Relations

January 22, 2024
Weekend mediation fails to avert transit strike, paralyzing bus and SeaBus service in B.C.

NewsWorkplace Violence

January 19, 2024
Alberta police watchdog critical of RCMP officers pointing unloaded stun guns at employees

NewsLabour Relations

January 19, 2024
B.C. bus drivers won’t cross picket line in event of strike by supervisors: union

NewsHR Technology

January 19, 2024
Toronto Public Library gradually recovering from hack that likely exposed employee info

NewsJob Cuts

January 19, 2024
Fifty Ontario workers included in global layoff at home goods company Wayfair

NewsHR News

January 19, 2024
Allow CSIS to share intelligence on security threats, business council asks Ottawa

NewsLabour Relations

January 19, 2024
Vancouver bus union warns of shutdown, employer calls expectations ‘unreasonable’

NewsRecruitment

January 18, 2024
Rock legends The Smashing Pumpkins post ad for new guitarist – guess how many applied

NewsHR News

January 18, 2024
Deadline to get partial CEBA forgiveness arrives as business groups warn of closures

NewsImmigration

January 18, 2024
‘Breaking point’: Quebec premier asks Trudeau to slow influx of asylum seekers

NewsChild/Elder Care

January 17, 2024
Nova Scotia to meet 2026 targets for daycare under federal funding deal: officials

NewsHR News

January 17, 2024
Toronto Zoo says staff personal info stolen in ransomware cyberattack

NewsBenefits & Pensions

January 17, 2024
Federal dental care program will exclude 4.4 million uninsured Canadians: report

NewsHR News

January 17, 2024
Deadline to qualify for forgivable portion of CEBA looms for Canadian businesses

NewsImmigration

January 16, 2024
Ottawa spending $86 million to boost recognition of foreign credentials for health-care workers

NewsArtificial IntelligenceEconomy

January 15, 2024
More CEOs fear their companies won’t survive 10 years as AI and climate challenges grow, survey says

NewsLabour Relations

January 15, 2024
Quebec’s common front unionized workers to begin voting on new deal with province

NewsLabour Relations

January 15, 2024
Civilian staff for Canadian military bases in Ontario and Quebec on strike over wages

NewsBusiness Travel

January 12, 2024
Canada embarks on preclearance pilot project on U.S. side of Quebec/N.Y. land border