News Business Operations General
December 24, 2020  

Unions see opportunity as new generation of organizers emerge amid pandemic

As the pandemic has dragged on, workers from companies have joined unions this year

News Government Manufacturing General
September 16, 2020  

How Erin O’Toole’s strategy to win over union voters could work

No guarantee his embrace of economic nationalism will pay off at the ballot box.

News Aerospace Transportation General
August 13, 2019  

Judge sides with American Airlines over worker slowdown

Judge found merit in statistics compiled by American showing that workers took longer to fix planes and delayed more tasks.

News Government Manufacturing Economy General
March 26, 2019  

Trudeau to meet labour leaders in Winnipeg

In the shadow of SNC-Lavalin scandal as company walks back CEO’s claim about lost jobs.

News Manufacturing General
February 11, 2019  

Mexican union declares victory in strike at 48 border plants

The mass strike erupted after President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador decreed a doubling of the minimum wage in Mexico’s border zones.

News Government Manufacturing General
November 22, 2018  

Ontario passes sweeping labour reform law, rolls back many changes made by Liberals

The measures were applauded by some in the business community but condemned by anti-poverty activists.

News Construction General
August 28, 2018  

BC’s new rules for provincial infrastructure projects challenged in court

Contractors association says rules not fair to non-unionized workers.

News Food & Beverage General
July 12, 2018  

Quebec liquor store workers turn wine labels around as pressure tactic

Expressing frustration over protracted contract negotiations, workers at the Quebec Liquor Corp. are obscuring wine and liquor bottle labels and price stickers as a protest.