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Bill 1 arbitration decision orders a collaborative bargaining structure

Bill 1 arbitration decision orders a collaborative bargaining structure – Arbitrator James Dorsey’s Bill 1 decision supports Unifor’s position that the Nova Scotia government’s health care restructuring legislation allows the

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Medical publication says the country’s health-care system must respect aboriginal healing traditions

A leading Canadian medical publication says the country’s health-care system must respect aboriginal healing traditions and do a better job of making First Nations, Métis and Inuit people feel welcome

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Planning for the worst: The best practices for mass layoffs

Stop me if this sounds familiar: A vice president of operations calls a town-hall meeting after the Friday afternoon shift. “You all know that this unit has been unprofitable for

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Thomson orders review of B.C.’s heritage conservation law following the controversy around Grace Islet,

Forests Minister Steve Thomson has ordered a review of B.C.’s heritage conservation law following the controversy around Grace Islet, where a private home was being built on a First Nations

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Water is still a major issue on many First Nations across Canada

Water is still a major issue on many First Nations across Canada, but should Manitoba bands be overly concerned? Just recently, Tsal’alh First Nation, a B.C.-based band, announced they are

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Workers who get paid every two weeks will likely be in for an extra payday in 2015.

Here’s why you may be getting an extra paycheque this year – Hey, it turns out that 2015 could be a particularly great year for those of us who often

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How much do the jobs with the highest demand in Canada actually pay?

How much do the jobs with the highest demand in Canada actually pay? – Here’s a look at which job titles saw the most online job postings across platforms in

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Girl at the centre of a controversial ruling on aboriginal medicine tested negative for signs of cancer

She was a patient at McMaster in August, where she received about two weeks of chemo before her mother pulled her out and took her on a three-week “Lifestyle Transformation

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First Nations receive funds from Crime Prevention and Victim Services Trust

WHITEHORSE — The Crime Prevention and Victim Services Trust Fund awarded program funding to both Champagne and Aishihik First Nations (CAFN) and Carcross/Tagish First Nation (CTFN) to fund projects that

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Criminal prosecutions and jail sentences for workplace deaths remain all too rare

Criminal prosecutions and jail sentences for workplace deaths remain all too rare – Short jail terms for two corporate directors implicated in a workplace death are a step in the

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The bizarre ESP experiments conducted on aboriginal children without parental consent

Canada’s residential schools for aboriginal children were places of hunger, isolation and misery. Children as young as 3 were separated from their families and became wards of the state. In

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Job Grant is designed to be flexible enough to meet the needs of businesses of all sizes, in all industries and regions.

The Honourable Bernard Valcourt, Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development and Member of Parliament for Madawaska–Restigouche, on behalf of the Honourable Jason Kenney, Minister of Employment and Social Development,

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Applications for Scotiabank – CJFE Journalism Fellowship at Massey College now open

Scotiabank, together with Canadian Journalists for Free Expression (CJFE) and Massey College at the University of Toronto, look forward to

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Schlumberger to cut 9,000 jobs as low oil prices bite

Schlumberger to cut 9,000 jobs as low oil prices bite – Schlumberger Ltd., the world’s biggest oilfield-services company, said it

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Supreme Court says Mounties have right to bargaining

OTTAWA – The Supreme Court of Canada says the Mounties have the right to engage in meaningful collective bargaining, but

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First Nations dismayed by extensions for New Prosperity

WILLIAMS LAKE, B.C. – First Nations leaders are dismayed that the British Columbia government has extended environmental assessment certificates for

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Union urges change to EI qualifying hours after mass layoff

Unifor urges change to EI qualifying hours, after mass Target layoff – In light of the mass layoff announced today

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Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation sues province over consultation policy on pipeline proposal

EDMONTON – An Alberta aboriginal band is suing the province after the government ruled the First Nation didn’t have the

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Yukon College invites First Nations to sign Indigenous Education Protocol

Yukon College invites First Nations to sign Indigenous Education Protocol – Yukon College officials invited First Nations partners to sign

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Target to close all 133 Canadian stores, gets CCAA protection

Target Corporation (NYSE:TGT) (the “Company”) announces that it plans to discontinue operating stores in Canada through its indirect wholly-owned subsidiary,

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Ontario universities advising against granting stand-alone nursing degree programs at colleges

Ontario’s universities are advising the province against a request by the province’s colleges that they be allowed to offer stand-alone

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A functional resume can benefit almost any job seeker, but it is especially useful

For some people, a new year means a chance to look for a new job. But if the job seeker

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Ontario Court Sends Message to Bosses: If You Kill a Worker, You’ll Go to Jail

Ontario Court Sends Message to Bosses: If You Kill a Worker, You’ll Go to Jail – The Ontario Federation of

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ATA Names 19 Professional Drivers to 2015-2016 America’s Road Team

ATA Names 19 Professional Drivers to 2015-2016 America’s Road Team – American Trucking Associations is proud to name 19 professional

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Suncor slashes 1,000 jobs, takes $1 billion out of 2015 budget

Suncor slashes 1,000 jobs, takes $1 billion out of 2015 budget – Suncor Energy Inc., the largest Canadian oil company

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RCMP await decision on whether they can unionize

RCMP await Supreme Court decision on whether they can unionize – Mounties are eagerly anticipating a decision this Friday from

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National Chief Statement on the Passing of Former Tsuu T’ina Nation Chief Gordon Crowchild

Assembly of First Nations National Chief Statement on the Passing of Former Tsuu T’ina Nation Chief Gordon Crowchild – Assembly

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$1 million committed to train Albertans through the Canada Job Grant initiative

Minister of Employment and Social Development, along with the Honourable Ric McIver, Alberta Minister of Jobs, Skills, Training and Labour,

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Exceptional employee commitment to deliver superior customer service recognized by Achiever’s

Exceptional employee commitment to deliver superior customer service recognized by Achiever’s – CIBC Achiever’s, a U.S.-based company that specializes in

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Bell one of Achievers 50 Most Engaged Workplaces™ in North America

Bell one of Achievers 50 Most Engaged Workplaces™ in North America – Bell has been recognized as one of Achievers 50 Most Engaged Workplaces™ in North America for 2015, acknowledgment

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