The immigration minister said that his immigration crackdown — from marriage fraud to human smuggling and what he called the “abuse of Canada’s generosity” — is not driven by ideology or racism.
From refugees to temporary foreign workers, migrants are bearing the brunt of health-care cuts in Canada.
At least 4,000 people rallied on the steps of B.C.’s Legislature for Defend Our Coast — the largest protest yet against transporting chemical-laden bitumen from Alberta’s oil sands to the West Coast.
With NDP and Liberals criticizing Canada’s secretive CETA agreement, this launches a series on its impact on Canada’s water, democracy, jobs and health.
With the province negotiating 250,000 job contracts with several unions in 2012, COPE 378 president David Black speaks about the coming fight, the age of austerity and today’s labour movement.
In the wake of the deaths of 11 Peruvian farmworkers in Ontario this week, concerns are again being raised about the safety of migrant workers in B.C.
2011 Vancouver Municipal Election: Why was Vision’s campaign ally COPE flushed from City Hall?
Thousands of unionists rallied outside Canada Post’s offices in Winnipeg and Ottawa on Thursday in support of locked-out postal workers
In December, the Martlet went behind the scenes to find out how strong high school activism is in Victoria and whether it is here to stay