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'A New Kind of Union' - new book explores the first five years in the history of Unifor. Photo provided by James Lorimer and Company
Victoria Fenner | Fred Wilson played a major role in the creation of Unifor. In his new book, he reflects on the first five years of one of Canada's newest unions' often turbulent history.
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Retiree Matters, Larry Wark | In the 1980s, the Canadian Auto Workers made their first attempt to organize Michelin workers in Nova Scotia. Larry Wark looks back at long days and nights travelling rural roads.
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Retiree Matters, Angus Ricker | Lance Livingstone well remembers the Canadian Auto Workers slogan "30 and out" -- referring to a contract provision that allows autoworkers with 30 years service to retire with a full pension.
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rabble staff | On Friday, November 1, immediately following Harper's address to the Conservative Convention, the Pros & Cons teach-in took place. Watch the rebroadcast of the livestream here.
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H.G. Watson | This weekend's convention provides our first chance to see how Unifor will function and will set the tone for the labour organization going forward.
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H.G. Watson | Lewenza is shepherding CAW through its next transformation as it joins the Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union of Canada (CEP) to form Unifor, the largest union in Canada.
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Dave Coles, Ken Lewenza | This is about a new approach to unionism and activism. Through community chapters, Unifor will break out of the bounds of traditional unionism.
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rabble staff | We are thrilled to once again be working with the CAW to host this position and are pleased to welcome journalist H.G. Watson as our new labour beat reporter.
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rabble staff | In partnership with the Canadian Auto Workers union, rabble.ca is pleased to announce our second annual Labour Beat Co-op Placement.
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Nora Loreto | Is a 32 per cent pay cut a victory?
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Peter Goffin | Unifor will look to represent women, First Nations groups, visible minorities, and other demographics that have been left wanting for an equal voice in labour movements of the past.
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rabble staff | The CAW and CEP are joining together to form a new union that will represent more than 300,000 workers across the country in over 20 different economic sectors.