This holiday season support the Steelworkers and buy bottles and not cans!
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.
Crown's decision to close its Montreal operation means cans will no longer be manufactured by unionized workers anywhere in Canada.
What are the realities of CETA: Threats to public services like the NHS to eroded worker rights to a world in which no institution is safe from the clutches of privatization.
Fight to pass legislation that protects Canadian and American jobs, and overhauls the temporary/guestworker programs to ensure they are provided with the rights that all workers deserve.
The United Steelworkers union is committed to defending the interests of its members and pensioners affected by U.S. Steel Canada's application for bankruptcy protection.
The Transport Safety Board confirms what United Steelworkers has been saying all along: that the Montreal, Maine and Atlantic Railway was taking safety risks and Transport Canada failed in its duty.
Federal Employment Minister Jason Kenney should nix the B.C. Liberal government's plan to use temporary foreign workers to develop the province's liquefied natural gas industry.
The proposed Standard for Responsible Mining is a set of principles to improve social and environmental performance.
The provincial Conservatives and Liberals have taken a page out of Stephen Harper's ideological playbook to weaken workers' rights and increase inequality in Newfoundland and Labrador.
European unions and European Works Council members are denouncing anti-union actions in Turkey and Canada by Crown Holdings, one of the largest metal packaging companies in the world.