Average hourly wage growth, closely watched by the Bank of Canada, remained strong last month at 3.6%.
Unifor alleges Compass Minerals has been flying in replacement workers from New Brunswick to break the strike.
About 1,600 employers have been flagged as “high-risk” and selected for inspections.
Automotive parts company retracts its notice to close the plant.
Delegates acknowledged that the issue needs to be explored collaboratively.
Chief NAFTA negotiator says there’s significant work to be done on the core, most important issues.
Will create an employment task force that will undertake research and craft recommendations on priority areas.
Top negotiator said it will have little impact: there are currently no domestically produced pick-up trucks exported to the US.
Ensures workers who switch to the CSeries partnership, and vice-versa, will not lose their pensions and will keep most of their seniority benefits.
Options include narrowing pay equity gap, more gender equality in boardrooms, easing access to capital for female entrepreneurs.
Net decline helped push the national unemployment rate up to 5.9%.
Strategy includes employer incentives, post secondary promotion and reduced red tape.
Unifor complained the CLC’s process for allowing workers to change unions doesn’t work.
Complaint blames pro-company contracts for enormous wage disparity between Mexico and the US.
Discontinuing its membership in the national lobby group for Canada’s labour movement – effective immediately.