Saskatoon’s Shercom Industries fined $420,000 in teen worker’s death
Company failed to have systems and maintenance at the plant that ensure health, safety, welfare of workers.
UAW unworried about political blowback for joint effort with German union
Unions will work together to boost wages and working conditions for the 100,000 people working for German employers in the US auto sector.
Bring balance back to the economy
A renewed strategy for advancing manufacturing should be linked to responsible resource use.
Canada needs a manufacturing strategy
“A highly skilled workforce is essential to innovation and productivity in today’s knowledge-based economy…”
USW calls on refinery workers to strike after contract talks stall
Union rejects Shell’s fourth contract offer, prompts 3,800 workers to walk off the job.
UAW, VW meet to discuss union representation at Tennessee plant: report
UAW president Bob King has said that organizing plants of foreign-based automakers is crucial to the union’s survival.
Unifor leader says Labour Day march a symbol of hope
Tom Mulcair says new union will solidify the Canadian labour movement at a time when middle-class jobs are under attack.