The final scheduled week of negotiations towards a new collective agreement begin next Tuesday, February 20. We have concluded most […]
Mark your calendars! Bring your family and friends, and join your CMG colleagues on Monday, September 4 at the Labour
CWA Canada and The NewsGuild are hosting an organizing summit in Toronto May 19-21 – Register to attend!
2019: The Fight For Press Freedom Dear fellow CWA Canada members, I hope you had a relaxing holiday season, and
Claim says hundreds of people were hired improperly, denied pay and labour standards The Canadian Media Guild (CMG) and CWA
After years of work by labour and community groups, the Ontario government has passed Bill 148, the landmark legislation that
The Canadian Media Guild is urging Ontario Labour Minister Kevin Flynn to conduct a review of the province’s Film and
Bit by bit, reality and factual TV shows are disappearing for the upcoming season. It appears to be happening quietly
This week the Wynne government announced proposed changes to Ontario’s employment and labour laws that would see the minimum wage
The team leading our union’s campaign to give a collective voice to reality and factual TV workers is beginning to
The signals are good. Early reports indicate that the Ontario government’s Changing Workplaces Review will not be a waste of
A former factual TV director speaks out about why CMG is calling for change to Ontario’s labour laws
Two special advisers to Ontario’s Minister of Labour are about to release their recommendations on how to address the growing
The Special Advisors involved in the Ontario government’s major review of labour law will be released ‘in the first half of 2017’. We are hoping the final ‘Changing Workplace Review’ document reflects some of the recommendations CMG put forward on behalf of reality and factual TV workers. The CMG is calling for changes in 3 main areas.
We are keen to share evidence and insights and to have access to other participants’ ideas and proposals in the hope that these consultations will serve to advance and strengthen public broadcasting and all public service media, journalism and original production and creation in Canada, on all platforms Canadians access.
Since we started the Fairness in Factual campaign three years ago, more than 400 workers have signed up to be
Be fearless and bold and believe in the power of compassion and solidarity: CMG President Carmel Smyth to CMG Convention 2016
When we work together, incredible things that seem impossible happen. Together, we will continue to make CMG the innovative and progressive union it is for media workers in Canada.
The Campaign for fairness in factual TV has updated the Guide to working in Canadian factual TV for 2016. The
VICE colleagues in three countries are now forming unions and negotiating collective agreements. This week, VICE employees in the UK
A first-of-its-kind independent economic forecast shows regulatory changes espoused by the Harper government and adopted in last year’s CRTC Let’s
We hear a lot of enthusiasm about having a union at Vice to have a voice and to fix issues