Communications, Energy & Paperworkers Union

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The largest union in several key sectors of Canada’s economy, including forestry, energy, telecommunications and media.
August 16, 2013 |
Instead of giving a slew of benefits to a gigantic U.S.-based corporation that will take the jobs, expertise and profits out of the country, why not set up a Crown telecommunications company?
August 9, 2013 |
In recent weeks it has come to light that Verizon has been working intimately with the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) to collect the personal information of millions of its U.S. customers.
July 29, 2013 |
In its ideological crusade to open the telecommunications sector up to foreign ownership the Conservatives are ‘gaming the rules’ in favour of a major US-based multinational.
July 10, 2013 |
Local and national leaders from Canada's largest energy union will take part in a public hearing this week on charges laid against the Canadian oil and gold company, Pacific Rubiales Energy, in Bogota
June 14, 2013 |
Today’s Supreme Court decision on mandatory random alcohol testing is a victory in the battle to protect workers’ privacy rights
June 7, 2013 |
It is the height of hypocrisy for the Conservatives to introduce anti-worker bills in the name of so-called transparency and accountability while the public is learning the existence of a secret fund.
May 24, 2013 |
Prime Minister Stephen Harper is undermining Canada's democratic process by not responding to basic questions put to him by Canada's journalists.
April 19, 2013 |
We believe that the phase-out of the labour fund tax credit is an attack by the Conservative government on the workers of Québec.
April 15, 2013 |
Since the beginning of the year, six special Working Groups have been holding multiple meetings to develop a plan of action for the formation of the new union.
April 3, 2013 |
A case being heard today by the National Energy Board will determine whether Canadian oil will continue to flow to the U.S. when a Canadian refinery is being starved for supply.
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