22 September 2022

Bay Street Rides FAR Debuts on October 1 to Benefit the Autism Science Foundation

Bay Street Rides FAR (For Autism Research), the charity cycling and walking event benefiting the Autism Science Foundation (ASF), will hold its inaugural annual ride on October 1, after two successful satellite rides in Toronto over the past two years.
22 September 2022

La Journée des compétences pour réussir met en lumière l’importance des compétences générales dans un marché du travail en pénurie de travailleurs

C’est aujourd’hui qu’a lieu la Journée des compétences pour réussir, une occasion de sensibiliser les gens à l’importance des compétences clés dans les domaines de l’apprentissage, du travail et de la vie en général.
22 September 2022

Skills for Success Day highlights importance of soft skills in a tight job market

Today marks Skills for Success Day, an annual initiative to raise awareness about the importance of the key skills needed for learning, work, and life.
21 September 2022

With ER wait times going up, KW hospitals need to hire 1,200 more staff each year to deal with increased patient needs and rising paramedic offload delays

Unless Kitchener-Waterloo (KW) area hospitals hire 1,200 staff annually, problems with spiking emergency room wait times and unprecedented staffing shortages will deepen as the population grows and ages, said the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) at a media conference in Kitchener today.
20 September 2022

MEDIA ADVISORY: Hospital staffing crisis will deepen under Ford government warn paramedics and hospital staff; media conference on Wednesday at Grand River hospital (King West) ER

With Ontario hospital staff turnover rates doubling and paramedics struggling due to rapid increase in call volumes, hospital staff and area paramedics are warning that the depth of the hospital staffing crisis will worsen and that patient access to care is in peril under the provincial government’s current course, which includes the elimination of more than $1.6 Billion in special COVID-19 funding.
20 September 2022

North Bay hospital needs to hire 300 more staff each year to deal with increased patient needs

Unless the North Bay Regional Health Centre (NBRHC) hires 300 staff annually, problems with spiking emergency room (ER) wait times and unprecedented staffing shortages will deepen as the population ages, said the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) at a media conference in North Bay today.
16 September 2022

With ER wait times much higher than average, Lakeridge Health needs to hire 1,200 more staff each year to deal with increased patient needs and rising paramedic offload delays

Unless the Lakeridge Health Centre (LHC) hires 1,200 staff annually, problems with spiking emergency room wait times and unprecedented staffing shortages will deepen as the population grows and ages, said the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) at a media conference in Oshawa today.
16 September 2022

MEDIA ADVISORY: Ontario education workers to hold media briefing on bargaining

CUPE’s Ontario School Board Council of Unions (OSBCU) returned to the bargaining table after a three-week hiatus due to delays by Ford government negotiators. Educational assistant and CUPE-OSBCU president Laura Walton will be available to talk with journalists via Zoom during the lunch hour.
15 September 2022

Time to Tackle the Demand-Side of the Energy Transition, Schneider Electric Says

Schneider Electric issued a rallying cry for governments and companies to wake up to the role they can play in building an energy-resilient future.
15 September 2022

Arctic Glacier Premium Ice annonce l’ouverture de sa nouvelle installation de production au Québec

Arctic Glacier, LLC, l’un des principaux fournisseurs de produits de glace de première qualité et autres services connexes, annonce l’inauguration d’une usine de production à la fine pointe de la technologie et à grande capacité à Dorval, Qc.