Over the last few days, a debate over mandatory vaccinations erupted following the federalgovernment’s announcement regarding mandatory vaccinations. The government’s lack ofdirection and clarity has caused uncertainty and confusion, particularly, when it comes toworkplace implications. This is shameful, and the IAMAW sharply condemns the politicizationof this issue. IAM Canada response to mandatory vaccinations – IAMAW […]
Category: Political Action
On Wed. February 21st, we’re organizing a National Day of Action to Protect Pensioners. Meetings with Liberal MPs’ will take place across the country to demand better legislation to protect pensioners who stand to lose millions when their company becomes insolvent or bankrupt, like Sears Canada, Nortel and many more.
By Aurélie Sarrabezolles IAM Research Director for Canada IntroductionFree trade agreements are supposed to stimulate the economy promoting jobs and allowing the different sectors of the economy to flourish. The Canada and European Union (EU) Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA)[i] is described by Global Affairs as “a high quality agreement that reinforces Canada’s […]