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Ontario employers will be required to include salary ranges, disclose use of AI in hiring under proposed legislation

“At a time when many companies are posting record profits, it is only fair they communicate transparently about how they pay workers,” said David Piccini, Minister of Labour, Immigration, Training and Skills Development.

Alberta proposes legal changes to software engineer job title to aid tech sector

Premier Danielle Smith's government has introduced a bill to allow for broader use of the "software engineer'' title within the technology sector. The change would allow workers to use that title without a licence from the regulatory body.

Stellantis workers vote in favour of collective agreement: Unifor

Unifor says Stellantis production workers voted 60 per cent in favour of a new three-year contract with the automaker. The deal covers workers at the company's Windsor and Brampton, Ont., assembly plants and Etobicoke Casting Plant.

Hundreds of thousands of Quebec public-sector workers on strike

Hundreds of thousands of Quebec public sector workers went off the job this week in the first of a series of one-day strikes. Schools, health care facilities and social services will all be disrupted as four unions representing a "common front'' of some 420,000 workers go on strike to protest the province's latest contract offer.

Workers at Freedom Mobile unionize, ink first collective agreement

Teamsters Canada says retail and call centre workers at Freedom Mobile across the country have unionized after a six-month organizing drive and negotiated their first collective agreement.

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In Her Shoes: Conversations on women’s health in the workplace

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A tale of two Bobs: From the front lines in Sarajevo to the boardrooms of Bay Street

As we approach Remembrance Day, and Canadians prepare to pause to honour our veterans, Talent Canada had the opportunity to sit down with Bob Berube to talk about his service, his transition to civilian life and the unique skill sets he brought to the private sector in his role at Scotiabank. » Read More...

Canada's jobless rate rises to 5.7% in October as economy sees modest 18,000 job gain

Canada's unemployment rate rose to 5.7 per cent last month as job opportunities became less plentiful in an economy weighed down by high interest rates. » Read More...
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Man accused of Antarctic assault was then sent to remote icefield with young graduate students

A man accused of physically assaulting a woman at a U.S. research station in Antarctica was then sent to a remote icefield where he was tasked with protecting the safety of a professor and three young graduate students, and he remained there for a full week after a warrant for his arrest was issued, documents obtained by The Associated Press show. » Read More...

Masks are back, construction banned and schools shut as toxic air engulfs New Delhi

A toxic blanket of grey smog hangs over New Delhi's monuments and high-rises. Schools have been ordered shut and construction banned and people are back to wearing masks. » Read More...


Stuck in the waiting room: Why women and minority groups are still underrepresented in top management

Over the past few years, there has been a great deal of research looking at how well women are represented in top companies. The findings continue to be distressing. Whether in Canada or the United States, the proportion of women in top management in large organizations still hovers around five per cent. » Read More...

How Canadian companies can use tech to identify forced labour in their supply chains

Levi Strauss Canada is yet another company facing allegations of forced labour in its supply chain. The allegations, which Levi Strauss denies, centre on whether the company is working with suppliers using Uyghur forced labour. With over 27 million people worldwide in forced labour, we can expect to witness similar allegations elsewhere in the coming years. » Read More...

How to ensure Alberta’s oil and gas workers have jobs during the energy transition

Retraining Alberta’s oil and gas workers for the solar industry costs far less than you think. The results of our new study clearly show that a rapid transition to sustainable energy production is feasible, as costs of retraining oil and gas workers are far from prohibitive. » Read More...


2023 Workplace Law Summit

November 14, 2023 | One King West Hotel, Toronto » Read More...

You're Not Alone: Crafting Strong Workplace Policies

Join Talent Canada for an informative and insightful webinar as we delve into the critical topic of workplace harassment and violence policies. In this session, you will gain insights from John Hyde, an employment lawyer at Hyde HR Law. He will guide you through the complexities of crafting and implementing effective workplace policies that safeguard your organization and its employees. » Register now