The lockout of more than 2,200 union workers by Allegheny Technologies Inc. was illegal, federal labor officials said Friday, setting the stage for proceedings that could push the two sides to resolve their contentious labor dispute.
picketing will be criminalised, employers will be allowed to hire agency staff to replace striking workers and the financial links between unions and the labour party are to be eroded, with members being asked to opt-in to a party political allegiance.
On orders from the provincial government to trim its payroll and limit overtime, BC Hydro has now been taken to task for a growing reliance on outside contractors.
An Alberta court has struck down two provincial labour laws that took away the right to strike for thousands of public sector workers.
A blunt reading of the B.C. government’s plan for public education is this: Impoverish it, neuter critics (including teachers and elected school trustees) and centralize control.
Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd.’s practice of training managers to drive and load trains means the company will be able to operate without a hitch in the event of a future rail strike, said CEO Hunter Harrison on Wednesday.
John Mortimer of Canadian LabourWatch on what’s at stake for CN and its unionized workers
The employees of two Tim Hortons in Sept-Îles say their employer is attempting to intimidate the recently unionized workers, according to the union, allegedly going as far as hiring her spouse so he could run as the union president and firing a pregnant employee.
Canadian National Railway says it will lock out almost 5,000 of its employees Monday night amid a deadlock in contract talks.
Teamsters Rail members vote 93% in favour of strike action if necessary to achieve a negotiated contract…
Today the Teamsters Canada Rail Conference (TCRC) members employed as Locomotive Engineers, Conductors, Trainmen and Yardmen throughout Canada has provided their National Bargaining Committee with a resounding demonstration of support.