The 500,000-member Congress of Union Retirees of Canada is endorsing a boycott of Carnival Cruises to protest the role of Carnival's chief executive in a six-month labour dispute in Toronto.
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.
Human rights are hard-won things. And once we gain them, we have to work to keep them.
Toronto and York Region Labour Council delegates voted unanimously to boycott Carnival Corporation cruises until the nearly six-month long labour dispute at Crown Holding is resolved.
The United Steelworkers now has an official home on the web for its campaign against Crown Holdings Inc. at www.takebacksnomore.ca.
Municipal councils are leaders in their respective communities. With so many fatalities across the country, enforcing the Westray Law is clearly an issue for municipal councils to endorse.
Travel agents are advised to act cautiously and responsibly by making their clients fully aware of the risks they may be taking if they decide to book with Carnival.
We believe that Arnold Donald is shooting himself in the foot by supporting the outrageous demands of Crown Holdings management, which are really aimed at breaking the union.
Corporate CEOs and directors are becoming major protest targets of Toronto workers forced on strike three months ago by manufacturing giant Crown Holdings.
While politicians talk, 1,000 Canadians continue to be killed at work each year. It's time for real action to protect the safety of every worker in every province and territory.
All Canadians should be worried about our federal government's lack of action on massive steel imports while letting our homegrown industry wither and die.