Every question you have about the Alberta hospital wildcat strikes, answered.
“We have to take a stand,” one of the strike co-organizers said.
Around 5,000 bus drivers and maintenance workers began job action on Nov. 1
CUPE’s 55,000 non-teaching staff could strike as early as Monday.
The work-to-rule campaign for custodians, education assistants, librarians and secretaries is escalating.
Tech workers flock to Canada; Quebec may have first-ever legal cannabis workers' strike; Canadians back Huawei ban.
Scabs steal the chance to help build good jobs in the community, and prolong the pain felt by strikers and their families.
I can tell you I have weighed the decision to focus the 2016 negotiations on General Motors (GM) very carefully, and only after a great deal of input from the excellent negotiators and bargaining committees that we have working with us on behalf of Unifor members employed at Fiat Chrysler, Ford and GM in Canada.
I read articles and the comments sections are filled with angry people who think that we are worthless, thankless, and overpaid for an essentially easy job. Truthfully, they are entitled to their opinions, but the actual amount of sheer misinformation surprises me. So allow me, your humble mail carrier, to clarify some things.
OLG has locked workers out of four sites in the last four months of 2015 -- in Brantford, Sudbury, Woodbine/Toronto (all since ended) and most recently Rideau-Carleton/Ottawa. Management locked out 124 of its workers after they rejected what any reasonable observer would conclude was a very lousy offer.