In Ontario, full-time jobs with decent wages, benefits and retirement income are increasingly rare. In their place are too many low-paid, part-time jobs with minimal benefits or retirement income.
Members of the United Steelworkers work in every sector of Canada’s economy in every kind of job.The union is proud of its great diversity.
The Steelworkers Humanity Fund is making $100,000 available to sponsor Syrian refugees to Canada and contributing $40,000 to support Oxfam's emergency relief efforts for Burundian refugees.
The United Steelworkers is calling on the Canadian International Trade Tribunal to maintain duties on illegally dumped and subsidized rebar from China, South Korea and Turkey.
Employees of the Crown Metal Packaging factory in Toronto have ratified a new collective agreement, ending a 22-month strike.
The United Steelworkers and Crown Holdings have reached a tentative agreement aimed at ending a 22-month strike at a beer can manufacturing plant in Toronto.
The Steelworkers welcome Thomas Mulcair's bold move to challenge Stephen Harper's handling of the Trans Pacific Partnership.
Unions representing more than 7,000 Queen's University employees and pensioners are joining forces to seek an agreement with the university to ensure improved pension protection.
This holiday weekend beer drinkers across Canada will pledge to buy their suds in bottles instead of cans, to support Toronto factory workers on strike for 20 months.
Workers forced on strike over 19 months ago in Toronto by Crown Holdings are denouncing the company's continued lack of accountability to its shareholders.
Millions of union members across Canada are being urged to boycott beer sold in cans to protest an American corporation's union-busting tactics at a Toronto factory.