Third party advertisers start disclosing ad spending as election nears
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Get tough with General Motors Trump style, union head urges Trudeau
Jerry Dias wants GM to reverse plans to cut more than 14,000 jobs, including 2,500 production workers in Oshawa, Ont.
Labour movement is in the fight for its life: experts
Canada’s manufacturing sector lost 278,000 jobs between 2000 and 2007.
Union leaders, politicians selling ‘false hope’ on GM: Premier Ford
Ford said the fight ahead for the 2,500 autoworkers affected by the looming Oshawa plant closure will be to find new jobs.
GM in for ‘one hell of a fight’ over planned Oshawa plant closure: Union
Jerry Dias, national president of Unifor, said the union will fight against the planned move “tooth and nail.”
UAW moves on two-tier wages
“The time has come for workers on both sides of the border to share in the auto industry’s recovery…”
Union hopes Oakville jobs parlay into positions at Ford’s Windsor engine plant
Jerry Dias says the status of the dollar will likely play a determining factor in any future jobs creation.
Canada needs a national forestry policy
“Action items include sustainable rules for wood harvesting that secure investments and jobs…”
Union says Hudak wrong about Ontario trades college
Trade certification is no longer handled by the provincial government.
Amid labour controversies, corporate Canada urged to open coffers
Canadian companies are using more temporary foreign workers and unpaid interns despite sitting on historically high cash reserves.
Temporary foreign workers should be able to immigrate, union says
Unifor’s Jerry Dias says promises to crack down on abuses of the program don’t address its fundamental problems.
Unifor seeking to represent 6,500 workers at Ont. Toyota plants
Union says workers have concerns regarding wages, pensions, contracts, and health and safety standards.
Dias blames Hudak for Chrysler funding request withdrawal
Automaker to go it alone and will be weighing future investment against competitive factors.
Unifor boss challenges Hudak to debate “anywhere, any time”
Jerry Dias says Hudak is promoting legislation that would gut Ontario labour laws.