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February 13, 2020  

Special mediator appointed in Regina Co-op refinery labour dispute

Vince Ready, who has worked in labour relations for more than five decades, will try to break the deadlock between the company and Unifor.

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August 7, 2014  

ArcelorMittal locks out workers at Quebec plant

Workers rejected the company’s last contract offer, opposing pension plan changes.

News Manufacturing Business Operations Operations Production
August 20, 2012  

Caterpillar ratifies union contract at Illinois plant

800 workers at the company’s Joliet facility are finally heading back to work.

News Manufacturing Metals Transportation Business Operations Production Technology
July 3, 2012  

Rio Tinto Alcan readies to end smelter lock-out

800 workers at a Quebec aluminum smelter have been locked-out since December.

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May 3, 2012  

Evraz locks out Alberta plant workers

Camrose plant makes tubular good for oil and gas applications.

News Manufacturing Business Operations Operations
February 3, 2012  

Derailed: Caterpillar shutters Electro-Motive’s London plant

Transportation giant puts 420 out of work, closing Canada’s last locomotive manufacturing facility

News Manufacturing Business Operations Operations
January 26, 2012  

Caterpillar reports 60 per cent profit jump; CAW calls for mass pickets

Electro-Motive employees are still locked out by parent company Caterpillar despite making huge profits.

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January 31, 2011  

Workers rally in Hamilton over U.S. Steel pension debacle

Labour and U.S. Steel are sticking to their guns in a pension “fiasco” being blamed on waffling by the federal Conservative government.