Employees of the Crown Metal Packaging factory in Toronto have ratified a new collective agreement, ending a 22-month strike.
The United Steelworkers and Crown Holdings have reached a tentative agreement aimed at ending a 22-month strike at a beer can manufacturing plant in Toronto.
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Tall cans may be back on the table for unionists if Crown Holdings workers vote to accept the offer reached late Wednesday night.
This holiday weekend beer drinkers across Canada will pledge to buy their suds in bottles instead of cans, to support Toronto factory workers on strike for 20 months.
May 1, 2015
Ontario Ministry of Labour, Toronto Headquarters
400 University AvenueToronto
Canada43° 39' 12.3804" N, 79° 23' 17.6856" W
After 19 months on the picket line, Crown strikers are calling on the Minister of Labour to take action and force Crown Holdings to negotiate. Join them in solidarity!
Workers forced on strike over 19 months ago in Toronto by Crown Holdings are denouncing the company's continued lack of accountability to its shareholders.
Why is income inequality spreading? Today in the job market, young people face two-tiered wages, outsourcing sections of work to low-wage contractors, temp agencies, and worse.
Strike provoked by Crown Holdings is symptomatic of austerity agenda and business model that foster income inequality.
The Ontario government has decided to appoint an Industrial Inquiry Commission into an 18-month labour dispute in Toronto provoked by U.S.-based multinational Crown Holdings.