|News H.G. Watson | A third candidate, Secretary-Treasurer Hassan Yussuff, has entered the race for the Canadian Labour Congress Presidency against Ken Georgetti and Hassan Husseini.|
Labour News: Veteran's union aims to stop office closures, federal inmates strike, success at worker-owned millCALM | CALM's labour news round-up for September 24 - October 7.
|News rabble staff | Sixteen Conservative Senators voted with Liberal Senators to block Bill C-377, which means that the controversial legislation has to go back to the House of Commons.|
European, Canadian labour opposes investor-state arbitration, municipal procurement restrictions in CETAStuart Trew | The European Trade Union Confederation and Canadian Labour Congress issued a joint statement on the Canada-EU free trade negotiations (CETA), which continue this week in Brussels, Belgium.
|News Karl Nerenberg | There are broad hints that new rules for EI will force some to take lower paying work. New rules for thousands of migrant workers mean lower pay for many of them. Where is this all leading?|
|News Ken Georgetti | Being in a union means earning a decent wage so that people can buy a home, a car, raise a family, take a vacation, put their kids through college, and retire in dignity.|
|Blog rabble staff | The "We Are One" rally was jointly organized by the B.C. Federation of Labour and the Washington and Oregon arms of the AFL-CIO and its labour councils.|
|News James Clancy | The National Union of Public and General Employees suffered from union member raiding by CLC affiliates. There was no support when we tried to stop it and our relationship with the CLC deteriorated.|
|RabbleTV rabbleTV | President of the CLC, Ken Georgetti, speaks before attending a House of Commons committee hearing presentation on Bill C-50 that would amend the Employment Insurance Act.|
|News Murray Dobbin | A year ago, the remnants of a once enormous asbestos mining industry had literally every powerful political and economic player in its corner.|
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