May 29th, 2017

Alberta Introduces New Bill Regarding Labour Laws

After much public debate, the Alberta NDP government tabled Bill 17: The Fair and Family-Friendly Workplaces Act. This marks the first amendments to Alberta’s labour laws in nearly 30 years. In early March the NDP started to consult the public about what changes should be made, and these new laws...

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May 12th, 2017

More Provinces Commit To Raising Minimum Wage

Minimum wage has been a hot topic in the news this month. On May 4 The NDP government in Nova Scotia announced a plan to raise the minimum wage to $15 per hour, phased in over 3 years. On May 1 Quebec raised its minimum wage $11.25 from $10.75 and...

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April 5th, 2017

Building Trades of Alberta Makes Recommendations For Changes to Alberta Labour Code

This year the NDP government will be taking a look at Alberta labour laws, many of which have been untouched since 1976. Labour Minister Christina Gray told CBC News that the government is ‘committed to reviewing Alberta’s labour laws to ensure they reflect today’s workplace.’ "In some cases, Alberta's labour...

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May 13th, 2016

Fort McMurray Update: Alberta government working to bring residents back home

It’s been almost two weeks, and still the city of Fort McMurray sits abandoned against a backdrop of flame and ash. While the Alberta government has committed to grinding out a schedule to return the 80,000-something evacuees home, fire officials say the blaze is expected to take months to extinguish....

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