The Ontario leaders of six unions affiliated to the Ontario Federation of Labour have staked out new ground in labour militance, heading bravely for the ramparts âe" not against employers, but a
The CAW is the largest private sector union in Canada with over 250,000 members from coast to coast.
On March 31, 2008 the province of New Brunswick will raise its minimum wage from $7.25 to $7.75 per hour.
CAW President Buzz Hargrove wrote the following letter to Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Minister of Finance Jim Flaherty, expressing his severe frustration with the federal governmentâe(TM)s
The elimination of the third shift at Chryslerâe(TM)s Brampton assembly plant announced Nov. 1 by the auto maker is âeoejust horrible, horrible news,âe CAW President Buzz Hargrove sai
As election campaigning heats up in Ontario, hundreds of local activists from the Greater Toronto Area are marching to Queenâe(TM)s Park on Sept. 26, demanding immediate action to eradicate pove
Women are joining unions in greater numbers than men for the first time in Canadian labour history, according to a recent Statistics Canada Labour Force Survey release.
Mr. Prime Minister; I am writing to express my deep concern surrounding the Security and Prosperity Partnership and your governmentâe(TM)s willingness to further a âeoedeep integrationâ
Only 24 hours before the strike deadline, the CAW reached a tentative agreement with VIA Rail.
âeoeCanada lost 31,000 good paying, stable manufacturing jobs in one month alone,âe said CAW President Buzz Hargrove. âeoeThis should be setting off alarm bells on Parliament Hill.
The Alberta government has relaxed its employment standards to allow 12-year-olds to work in restaurants. A senior marketing executive at McDonaldâe(TM)s has admitted that McDonaldâe(TM)s a