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rabbleTV | CUPE Ontario at the January 26, 2013 Rally for Rights and Democracy.
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Dan Kellar, [email protected] Radio | From Attiwapiskat to #IdleNo More, RIIC.ca will help you report on it, and we report on it here! Also jump into the war on the poor in ontario and more!
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John Bonnar | Listen to the speech from Paul Moist, National President, CUPE at the CAW-TCA Convention in Toronto.
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Jane Williams | In recent weeks, union locals at universities across B.C. have voted in favour of strike action. Christy Clark's government is preventing universities from freely bargaining with their staff.
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Michael Stewart | UBC is facing strike votes from two of its three collective bargaining units: the Teaching Assistants Union, CUPE 2278, will vote for job action on March 22.
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Humberto DaSilva | On March 2, 2012, hundreds of Air Canada workers and members of IAM, CAW, and CUPE made sure Calin Rovinescu got the message at the Air Canada 75th anniversary party.
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CUPE 3902 members vote on the proposed agreement after a five-hour mass meeting. Photo: Mick Sweetman
Mick Sweetman | A tense marathon meeting saw upwards of 2,000 union members debate a proposed tentative agreement with the university late into the night on Friday.
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A protester wears a picket sign during a rally in support of CUPE 3902 on Feb. 16, 2012. Photo: Mick Sweetman
Mick Sweetman | A tentative agreement was reached early in the morning between the University of Toronto and CUPE 3902. However, two bargaining committee members have resigned in protest of the deal.
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Jesse McLaren | Organized in just a week, hundreds of people representing a broad layer of the University of Toronto community united for the rally Defend our education: Support teaching assistants.
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Jesse McLaren | The February 1 Day of Action showed the strength and solidarity of the 99 per cent on campus, which will be crucial in the weeks and months ahead to win accessible, high quality, public education.
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Lorraine Chisholm | Business elites are attacking the last remaining stronghold of unionism -- public sector workers. Michael Hurley says unions need creative new strategies in response.
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Jim Stanford | The rule of law has suddenly been given a rather flexible interpretation by the Harper government in the arena of labour relations.