OTTAWA â The Canadian Labour Congress says the best thing the federal government can do to show its respect for seniors would be to walk the talk and improve the pensions on which most seniors rely.
Last year, the federal government procla… Read More
As published on huffingtonpost.ca, March 31, 2012
My grandfather Mike Georgetti worked at a manual job until he could work no more and then, worn out, he retired without a pension. He had four kids and he and my grandmother had t… Read More
The Canadian Labour Congress is disappointed that the provincial finance ministers meeting recently in Victoria did not reach a consensus on introducing improvements to the Canada Pension Plan and Quebec Pension Plan.
We expected the pensions i… Read More
Sisters and Brothers, I am pleased to bring you greetings on behalf of the 3.3 million workers who are members of the Canadian Labour Congress.
I am always glad to be back to visit Newfoundland and Labrador and reconnect with your dynamic leade… Read More
As published in the Financial Post, January 11, 2013
Re: "Take CPP increase right off the stove," Dan Kelly, Jan. 7
Dan Kelly should get out of the kitchen if he can't stand the heat. Two-thirds of small busine… Read More
On behalf of the 3.3 million members of the Canadian Labour Congress (CLC), we want to thank you for the opportunity to present our views regarding the 2013 federal budget.
The CLC brings together workers from virtually all sectors of the Canad… Read More