And he thinks the solution is for more workers to lose their jobs.
Between June and July 2022, Alberta saw an increase of 24.76% in the number of EI claims submitted from the province, the largest increase in the country.
After 14 information and votings sessions, Telus workers vote 97% in favour of giving their bargaining committee a strike mandate to use in negotiations.
After 2 years of lobbying from the Alberta and Saskatchewan governments, Transport Canada has finally conceded to exempting service rig convoy drivers from keeping daily logs.
Between 2012 and 2022, corporate profits in Canada have increased at nearly twice the rate that worker wages have.
Over the last 30 years, Alberta’s share of the country’s greenhouse gas emissions has increased dramatically.
Between 2010 and 2019, the number of immigrants working in low-skilled jobs in Canada has increased.
Earlier this month, Statistics Canada updated statistics for capital expenditures in the national oil and gas sector. The statistics now run from the first quarter of 2013 to the first quarter of 2022. Capital expenditures are what companies spent on such things as machinery, equipment, and buildings, as well as major repairs to these goods […]
An exclusive report, made possible through a collaboration between The Alberta Worker and Rank and File, as well as the contributions of many Lethbridge Starbucks workers.
The province lost tens of thousands of paid worker jobs since the end of 2018, even though Ontario gained over 100,000 new jobs.