About us

About the Canadian HR Reporter group

The Canadian HR Reporter group is made of up three publications: Canadian HR Reporter, Canadian Employment Law Today and Canadian Labour Reporter.

In addition to regular issues, subscribers are sent weekly e-newsletters with updates on the latest developments, plus they have full access to a searchable archive of past issues.

Canadian HR Reporter

Since 1987, Canadian HR Reporter has served as Canada's indispensable guide to human resources management. 

Published 12 times a year, the popular tabloid provides readers with the latest news and information on trends and issues, along with expert advice and insights from HR practitioners, research and resources.  

In every issue, readers will find in-depth HR-related news coverage from Canada and around the world, along with the latest employment law developments, and expert columnists covering a variety of topics such as recruitment, mental health, diversity, performance management and employee engagement.

Canadian Employment Law Today

Since 1987, Canadian Employment Law Today has been keeping executives, managers, business owners, trade unions, HR professionals and law firms up to date on the latest developments in employment law.

Published 22 times a year, the newsletter offers readers the most current news, legal cases, interpretive articles and legislation from the world of employment law — all in an easy-to-read format written in language everyone can understand.

Canadian Labour Reporter 

Canadian Labour Reporter (formerly CLV Reports), is a weekly publication that has been serving the industrial relations industry, labour professionals and lawyers since 1956. 

The newsletter is designed to keep labour professionals up to date with reports from collective bargaining tables across the country, and arbitration summaries. Agreements are covered in complete detail with pertinent information on wage adjustments, paid holidays, vacations with pay, shift premiums, medical benefits, dental plans, weekly indemnity, life insurance, pension plans, cost-of-living allowances and rates of pay.

Canadian Labour Reporter monitors the trends in wage settlements, working conditions and pension benefits, enabling subscribers to negotiate wage contracts using the latest economic data.