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Not Rex: Adios Aveos

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Employees of Aveos were left holding the bag after the company shut down last week.

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Austerity and disability: Opposing Bill 83

A bill passed second reading in the Ontario Legislature on Oct. 28, a bill that is a clear danger to the labour movement's ability to win fair contracts and defend public services. Bill 83, which essentially outlaws picketing outside of group homes that are housing people with intellectual and other disabilities that require home care.


Stephen Kimber

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The PSAC has taken the first step in its legal challenge against Bill C-4, the legislation that has gutted the collective bargaining rights of federal public service workers.
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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.
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The Quebec government will grant seasonal agriculture workers the same rights as all workers in Quebec, including, in particular, the right to join a union.
Stephen Kimber

Nova Scotia home support workers designated essential, lose right to strike

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We welcome the prospect of good jobs being maintained at the plant, which has served as the keystone of Leamington's economy for generations.
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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.
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Aside from seeing if the public will accept cutbacks in service, Canada Post is trying to create a situation by which we will have no energy left to save Canada Post.
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