Podcast
John Bonnar | On Thursday, CEP and CAW unveiled the name and logo of the new union at a press conference in Toronto.
Blog
Lori Theresa Waller | A recap of the week's top labour stories: IMF behind decline of workers' rights worldwide, says report; migrant farm workers shot in Greece; Porter Airlines sues striking workers' union.
Podcast
John Bonnar | Listen to part of CAW president Ken Lewenza's Friday morning address to the CAW Council.
Columnists
Jim Stanford | I am now finally emerging from the mental fog induced by the 24-7 triennial marathon otherwise known as "CAW major auto bargaining." To close the circle, here are my thoughts in retrospect.
News
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Dave Coles | We are one step closer to a bold new vision for Canada's labour movement. But even more important, we are one step closer to the dream of a more equitable and fair Canada.
RabbleTV
rabble staff | From October 14 to 17, the Quebec City Convention Centre will be the site of four full days of debate and decision that will chart a course for the CEP union. Watch live!
Columnists
Duncan Cameron | Ken Lewenza and Dave Coles were clear. They want to build a new union so that Canada can become a different country, one where working people are respected, and the most vulnerable among us protected.
News
CEP | CEP local union leaders and members taking part in the union's convention this week in Québec City have voted in favour of forming a new union with the CAW.
Blog
Nora Loreto | With the vote on the merger between CEP and CAW passing, the new union provides both challenges and opportunities for Canada's left.
Blog
Nora Loreto | Day one of the CEP convention, the day before the vote to create Canada's largest private sector union.
Columnists
Jim Stanford | Last week's CAW convention in Toronto was one of the most exciting labour events I've ever been to. What follows is an excerpt from a convention document.
Columnists
Jim Stanford | It seems almost pointless to even worry about labour costs when the broader policy framework that is so essential for industrial success is glaringly absent.