Striking workers boo France's Macron

Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy adds to the line forming behind presidential hopeful Emmanuel Macron, urging voters to keep far-right candidate Marine Le Pen out [ Transcript ]
April 27, 2017
  • Union-management relationships in negotiations

    Union-management relationships in negotiations

    Canadian Labour Reporter speaks with Buzz Hargrove on the current state of labour relations and how unions and management need to work together in the future. Hargrove is a visiting professor at Ryerson University's Ted Rogers School of Management.
    October 31, 2011
    The future of pensions in Canada

    The future of pensions in Canada

    Canadian Labour Reporter sits down with Hicks Morley pension and benefit lawyer Terra Klinck to talk about the future of pension reform in Canada.
    October 3, 2011
  • The future of labour law after the Fraser decision

    The future of labour law after the Fraser decision

    In April, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled that Ontario's farm workers did not have a right to unionize. The Fraser decision may represent a more conservative trend in the interpretation of the right of association in the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Canadian Labour Reporter spoke with Michael Lynk, Associate Dean of University of Western Ontario's Faculty of Law, about what the Fraser decision could mean for the future of labour law.
    June 7, 2011
    Grievance arbitration: Current standards and how to improve the system

    Grievance arbitration: Current standards and how to improve the system

    The Ontario grievance arbitration system has evolved since being implemented more than 65 years ago. There are many who say it has become flawed and is in need of change. Canadian Labour Reporter speaks to Chief Justice of Ontario Warren Winkler about his views on grievance arbitration and how it can incorporate techniques from other litigation methods.
    May 9, 2011
  • The impact of making the TTC an essential service

    The impact of making the TTC an essential service

    Maurice Mazerolle, director of the Centre for Labour Management Relations at Ryerson University, speaks with Canadian Labour Reporter about what making Toronto's transit system an essential service means for labour relations.
    March 22, 2011
    Employer-union relations

    Employer-union relations

    Gord Sova, the editor of Canadian Labour Reporter (formerly CLV Reports), talks about common challenges employers are facing with unions, tips for getting along with unions and common mistakes to avoid.
    January 19, 2011
  • What can unions do to stay relevant?

    What can unions do to stay relevant?

    Hank Beekhuis, Ontario provincial director for the Christian Labour Association of Canada (CLAC), talks to Canadian HR Reporter TV about how unions can stay relevant and what the labour movement is doing to diversify in other sectors.
    November 12, 2010
    The recession's impact on labour relations

    The recession's impact on labour relations

    Canadian HR Reporter TV sat down with John Mortimer, Vancouver-based president of the Canadian LabourWatch Association, to talk about the state of unions in Canada. Mortimer talked about how the economic downturn has affected labour relations and the biggest challenge facing unions today.
    October 7, 2010
  • How employers can work with unions

    How employers can work with unions

    Gayle Fisher, chief human resources officer for the Ontario Securities Commission, talks about how employers can build solid, collaborative connections with labour unions.
    September 15, 2009