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Jul
20

IATSE – Local 58

The Board of Governors of Exhibition Place have locked out Local 58 for the ability to contract out jobs and remove job security. They also wish to change overtime calculations. Please write to Mayor Tory and city councillors to show your support for the locked out members of IATSE Local 58. Picket support: Picket locations…

May
17

CUPE Local 5734 – Tentative Agreement Reached

UPDATE (June 6, 2018): Tentative agreement reached in Cornwall city workers’ strike On May 17, Picket lines went up and more than 230 Cornwall city workers began strike action, after Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) and the City of Cornwall failed to reach an agreement in contract negotiations. CUPE Local 5734, Local 234, and Local…

Apr
27

Unifor – 16-0 – COMPASS MINERALS CANADA CORP.

The company’s latest offer included a long list of concessions including reducing benefits, extending shift length, forced overtime, and weakening existing contracting-out provisions in the collective agreement. Unifor represents 348 miners in production, shipping, and maintenance. In February 2018, the union says the employer tried to mislead 48 laid off workers into accepting a severance…

Apr
27

OPSEU Local 216 – Arrell Youth Centre

On April 26, after demanding that the 60 members of OPSEU Local 216 take a significant cut to their health plan, the employer of Arrell Youth Centre locked out their workers, creating a chaotic situation. What’s at stake in this dispute? Health and safety. Youth justice workers are being bullied into accepting wholesale cuts to…

Mar
5

CUPE 3903 – Teaching Assistants, Contract Faculty, and Graduate Assistants

UPDATE: 0n June 21 the CUPE 3903 at York Strike made history by becoming the longest post-secondary strike in Canadian History, at 109 days on strike. York University must bargain with its employees. On Friday, March 2, Teaching Assistants, Contract Faculty, and Graduate Assistants voted to reject the “final offer” the employer had tabled the previous…

Jul
3

MANA Lockout – USW 1005

Mana Workers have been locked out for 5 years. Workers ask that you rally with them June 29th from 5am to 9am. Company asking for huge concessions.Company running the plant with SCABS 50 to 60 scabs cross daily . Please bring your flags,sign,banners,and noisemakers. Main contact Gary Howe, President, USW Local 1005:  905-531-4078

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