Tag: United Steelworkers (USW)

 
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ADVISORY: OFL Officers to join thousands for Hamilton Day of Action to defend steel jobs, pensions and manufacturing

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 28, 2016 ADVISORY: OFL Officers to join thousands for Hamilton Day of Action to defend steel jobs, pensions and manufacturing (HAMILTON, ON) ─ The Ontario Federation of Labour (OFL) will be joining thousands of workers and community members at a Hamilton rally on Saturday to support good jobs, pensions and Canadian […]

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STAND UP FOR STEEL: Hamilton Rally, Jan. 30, 2016

BUSES TO TRAVEL TO HAMILTON FOR JAN. 30 RALLY FOR STEEL JOBS Join thousands traveling to Hamilton for a January 30 rally to defend good jobs and the pensions of Steelworker retirees that are currently under attack. Let’s rally together for our Steel industry, to keep producing, to stop the CCAA courts from hurting our […]

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Boycott Beer Cans to Demand Fairness for Crown Holdings Workers

This holiday season, when you raise a bottle, instead of a can, you are supporting good jobs for workers and their families. Take a stand against union-busting by changing your Facebook profile picture to promote the USW beer can boycott this holiday season. Crown Holdings, the U.S.-based aluminum can giant, has forced its 120 Toronto […]

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Sid Ryan Op-Ed: Young People in Ontario Shouldn’t Have to Work For Less (Huffington Post, March 31, 2014)

By: Sid Ryan Published on Mon Mar 31, 2014. Click here to view the original. Crown Holdings, one of the world’s largest manufacturers of food and beverage containers, is using its corporate might to create an underclass of young workers at its Toronto factory. After doubling its profits in 2012 to more than $200 million, […]

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Postmedia News interviews Nancy Hutchison on workplace inquests

Postmedia News produced a great 6-part series on public inquests. Part 5 features OFL Secretary-Treasurer Nancy Hutchison, who said that “History keeps repeating itself.” On the day she testified at the inquest into Justin Rogers’s death, she got an alert on her BlackBerry that two more mining workers had died in a “run of muck” […]

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Obituary for Union Veteran Orville Thacker – 1932 to 2013

Local union veteran Orville Thacker ‘changed the face of the labour movement’’ By Terry Pender Those who knew Orville Thacker believe his heart has a label that says: “Union Made.” The veteran trade-unionist died Monday. He was 81. For the first time in memory Thacker did not attend the Labour Day picnic this year. He […]

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OFL Statement for Women’s History Month – October 2013

OFL STATEMENT September 26, 2013 Women Workers Making History – Inside Unions and Out: OFL Statement for Women’s History Month – October 2013 Many unions and federations now have policies that designate seats on leadership bodies for women and other equity groups. In Canada, this process began in 1983 when the Ontario Federation of Labour […]

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OFL Says Justice Is Not Served Until Vale Executives Are Behind Bars

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 19, 2013 OFL Says Justice Is Not Served Until Vale Executives Are Behind Bars (TORONTO, ON) ─ Ontario Federation of Labour (OFL) blasted the criminal justice system for failing to bring criminal charges against Vale Canada Limited and its executives for the 2011 deaths of two miners in Vale’s Stobie Mine […]

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OFL President to join Toronto Plaza Hotel workers in boycott rally

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 14, 2013  OFL President to join Toronto Plaza Hotel workers in boycott rally (Toronto, Ontario) – Ontario Federation of Labour President Sid Ryan will join striking Toronto Plaza Hotel workers at Noon on Thursday, August 15 to announce support for a boycott of the hotel until a fair settlement is negotiated […]

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Donate to the OFL Jack Layton Memorial Statue: Memorial Progam Available for Download

Help us remember Jack’s contribution to Canada and donate now to a statue in his honour.

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