Agreement includes wage increases for production and skilled trades workers, pension increases and a fold in cost of living allowance.
Hand crushed against a machine shaft when a a bottle mould opened unexpectedly.
Review will be designed to better target young Canadians who need the most help to get into the changing labour market.
New contracts maintain wages, benefits, pensions and other terms for 540 USW members.
Other changes include equal pay for part time workers, increased vacation entitlements.
Business groups will also learn if minimum wage is going up to $15/hour.
Brings maternity and compassionate leave up to federal standards, new overtime and vacation pay rules.
Business owners warn of a negative impact of changes on economic recovery that could lead to job cuts.
Chamber of Commerce says employers are particularly concerned about potential changes to unionization.
Strike action related to the company’s use and treatment of temporary workers compared to unionized employees.
New labour deal at Regina refinery ratified by workers.
Workers angered over executive compensation and lack of a voice over job losses.
Job numbers reflect increased road construction, prepping for the dam and generating station.
The federal budget will examine the potential of artificial intelligence to disrupt industries, politics, and societies.
Unrest erupted when a worker beat up a supervisor and the workers union prevented management from disciplining the worker.