AFL Releases Royalty Research

Edmonton - The Alberta Federation of Labour’s work has been driven by one crucial message:  Albertans are the owners of Alberta’s plentiful non-renewable resources and therefore deserve a fair royalty system that they can trust.

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DATE CHANGE: Labour Federation Releases Royalty Research

URGENT MEDIA ADVISORY

For Immediate Release:  Tuesday, January 26, 2016

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Labour Bytes: January 2016

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Labour Federation Releases Royalty Research

Media Advisory
for Immediate Release

Friday, January 22, 2016

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Labour Bytes: October 2015

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Working retail in the middle of the night needs to be treated as a workplace risk

Killings of two convenience store workers prompts call for action on late night workplace safety

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The fight for $15

According to Statistics Canada, Alberta has the highest Consumer Price Index in the country, and remains the most expensive province in which to live. This expense should be reflected in higher wages for all workers in the province – including those who are on the minimum wage.

After decades of allowing inflation to undermine the existing minimum wage, Alberta’s government has shown leadership by taking steps towards implementing a minimum wage of $15 an hour – which is more reflective of the true cost of living and working in the province.

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Inequality a root cause of negative anti-women attitudes that lead to violence

Inequality a root cause of negative anti-women attitudes that lead to violence

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