The Global Reporting Centre and the Committee to Protect Journalists launched a global survey to investigate the impact of disinformation […]
We have encouraged the CBC to be sensitive to individual needs through this return to in-person process. Members have told us – and we have shared with the corporation – the premium media workers put on maintaining the ability to be able to work from home in some regular schedule.
We are pleased to announce Nicole Thompson as your new CP health and safety representative. The committee is made up
The objective of the survey is to get a better understanding of the state of the industry, the challenges, supports, and gaps that exist in support of mental health and well-being on the job.
The union has been made aware of APTN’s announcement of a mandatory vaccination plans and are still assessing the protocols
The Workplace Wellness Fund (WWF) was jointly created by Unions at CBC/Radio-Canada and the Corporation to provide financial support for
Journalism is a pillar of democracy. If journalists feel threatened doing their jobs, important stories may go untold, and democracy
CMG welcomes CBC’s decision to acquire information prior to implementing a potential legally enforceable mandatory vaccination program. However the union
As the COVID-19 public health situation changes, many workers are being asked to return to their workplace. Employers can require
On National Day of Mourning, the Canadian Media Guild (CMG) joins unions across the country to remember the many Canadians
The CMG is relieved the difficult decision was made to cancel the broadcast of the 2020 Juno Awards from Saskatoon.
As a union representing members whose work can involve extended contact with the public, the Canadian Media Guild (CMG) is
The Canadian Media Guild (CMG) continues to carefully monitor concerns regarding the COVID-19 situation. As a union, members’ health and
The National Policy Health and Safety Committee (NPHSC) met on 6 December 2017 in Toronto to review policies, procedures, practices,
The National Policy Health and Safety Committee (NPHSC) met on 13 September 2017 in Montréal to review policies, procedures, practices,
The National Policy Health and Safety Committee (NPHSC) met on June 7, 2017 in Toronto to review policies, procedures, practices,
Your union needs you! The Guild’s local executive is looking for volunteers to join the Local Joint Health & Safety
In January, a car parked across the street from the CBC building in Toronto became the target of investigation by
The Canadian Press recently announced the hiring of an Occupational Health & Safety Specialist who will be in the Toronto