Kyle Matuk lined up alongside more than a hundred people inside the Edmonton Convention Centre as the doors to a training and career fair opened Tuesday morning.
Plunging oil prices landed with a giant thud in Canada on Monday, sending tremors across the oilpatch and raising the spectre of spending cuts, production
After her marriage failed last fall at age 55, Wendy Park needed to get a job. “Life just happened,” the Saskatchewan grandmother told Global
Teachers across the Saskatchewan spent Feb. 10 and 11 casting a ballot asking whether they would consider job action as their union is unable
Alberta lost nearly 19,000 jobs in January while Canada added 34,500 overall, according to a report released by Statistics Canada on Friday. Those numbers are
More than two years after the City of Edmonton fielded complaints about harassment and bullying and got negative publicity because of it, managers are hopeful
An employee who twice dumped thousands of litres of wine down a drain at a winery in Kelowna, B.C., cannot expect to return to
TORONTO – Elementary teachers in Ontario are stepping up their job action today with a new phase of their work-to-rule campaign. Teachers won’t be
An Edmonton peace officer is off the job two months after a complaint was filed against her for allegedly falling asleep while conducting photo radar.
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