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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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Fred Wilson | Supporting the reversal of the Line 9 pipeline for the same reasons as opposing KXL and Gateway.
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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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Dave Coles | Simply investigating the possibility of setting up a national Crown telco would go counter to today's dominant ideology.
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H.G. Watson | We spoke to Dave Coles about what Unifor means for a new class of workers and community members.
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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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Dave Coles | Verizon has been deeply involved in the world's biggest ever spying scandal, as revealed by former CIA contractor Edward Snowden.
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Dave Coles | If inclined to be harsh, I'd say Harper is selling out this country to the U.S. and threatening the jobs of thousands of Canadians.
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Dave Coles | Canadians must be able to elect officials who can reverse the current governments telco policies.
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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.
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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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John Bonnar | On Thursday, CEP and CAW unveiled the name and logo of the new union at a press conference in Toronto.