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Station Square is keeping up with the neighbours

Like many of its neighbouring properties, Station Square near Metrotown is making big expansion plans. The Metrotown area has seen a surge of new developments, particularly residential and commercial high-rises, start up over the past year.

Help around the world

The labour movement isn't just about what affects workers here in B.C. or in Canada. Canadian unions do their part to help the situation of workers all around the world.

Post-secondary education an investment that benefits everyone

As students head back to colleges, universities and institutes across B.C. this September, we are reminded that post-secondary education needs to be more accessible and affordable for all.

Teachers ready for job action

Teachers will be instructing but not doing administrative work

'Living wage' myths

Across Canada, the United States and Great Britain, the concept of a "living wage" is taking root.

Burnaby woman upset over 'Mosquito' noise

Sound emitting device used to deter loitering youths stuns her during Metrotown visit

MP Julian mulls top NDP spot

Burnaby-New Westminster MP Peter Julian is "keeping the door open" on leadership prospects for the New Democratic Party in the wake of Jack Layton's death.

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Labour has proud history in B.C

Labour Day this year heralds the beginning of the B.C. Federation of Labour's second century. As we greet the dawn of our second century, the B.C. Fed today represents more than 450,000 members across British Columbia.

Woman arrested in highrise death

One woman is dead and another woman has been arrested and taken to hospital after a domestic incident in the Metrotown area early Thursday morning. According to Sgt.