Alberta Safeway workers vote in favour of strike after company ends COVID-19 ‘hero pay’

Safeway workers in Alberta could take to the picket lines after a majority voted in favour of strike action, according to their union. During

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Can your employer really cut your pay for working from home? – National

Concerns about pay changes are spoiling the work-from-home dream for Canadians who have learned to love their home office amid the COVID-19 pandemic. As

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4-day work week with fewer hours, same pay could become a reality in some workplaces post-COVID-19

It’s only been days since a small Nova Scotia municipality launched a four-day condensed work week pilot project, but according to the chief administrative officer, so far, so

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Winnipeg groups unclear how many of their workers will qualify for coronavirus ‘risk pay’ – Winnipeg

Essential workers keeping the province going during the coronavirus crisis can now start applying for a one-time ‘risk payout’ from the government but many

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Facebook to pay $9.5 million to end Canadian probe into privacy claims – National

Facebook will pay $9.5 million to settle a Competition Bureau investigation which found that the social media company made false or misleading claims about how

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Amazon ending COVID-19 pay incentives for Canadian warehouse employees after May – National

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Confusion, frustration over delay in promised staffing increases, pay top-up for health-care aides

On April 20, Health Minister Tyler Shandro announced his ministry would spend an estimated $7.3 million a month during the pandemic to increase health-care

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Coronavirus outnreak: Ontario implements ‘pandemic pay’ for frontline staff

It’s called “pandemic pay” and if you’re a frontline care worker, you may soon see it on your paystub. As the Ontario government announced

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Nova Scotia won’t pay to help art gallery exhibit Annie Leibovitz photographs

The Nova Scotia government says it won’t ante up to help the provincial art gallery exhibit an iconic collection of Annie Leibovitz photographs, even

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Modest tax relief plan in West Kelowna does not include extra time to pay

Compared to other cities, West Kelowna isn’t financially prepared to offer its property owners, who may be impacted by the pandemic economic downturn, much

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