|Podcast Marc Belanger, Derek Blackadder | RadioLabour's Canada Report: The UFCW is helping retail food workers during the pandemic. Plus, the world needs a global social protection plan.|
|Podcast Marc Belanger, Derek Blackadder, C. Marie Ainsborough | RadioLabour's Canada Report: The UFCW says Uber Black drivers are employees and eligible to unionize. And more.|
|Blog David J. Climenhaga | On Friday, Doug O'Halloran, one of Canada's last old style union leaders -- tough, plain spoken and deeply committed the workers he represents -- announced his life is coming to an end.|
|Podcast Marc Belanger, Derek Blackadder | RadioLabour's Canada Report May 3 - 10, 2019 -- The UFCW wants abused temporary migrant workers to be able to change employers, The LabourStart Report, and more.|
|Activist Toolkit | Sadly not enough has changed. Trudeau should demand compliance with the Sustainability Compact.|
|News Ella Bedard | After months of scandal and public outcry, Ontario's privately owned Beer Store monopoly has announced changes to its ownership structure.|
|News H.G. Watson | Follow up: The B.C. Labour Relations Board has ruled that the Mexican government blacklisted seasonal agriculture workers who formed a union at their workplace in the lower B.C. mainland.|
|News H.G. Watson | Students Against Migrant Exploitation and the United Food and Commercial Workers have been visiting Canadian universities hoping to get people thinking about worker conditions with #NotMyTomato.|
|News H.G. Watson | UFCW is in court, alleging that the Mexican government is blacklisting workers who unionize.|
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.
Labour news this week: Quebec court upholds farm workers' right to bargain, migrant workers detained in Vancouver, and moreLori Theresa Waller | A recap of the week's top labour stories: Quebec court upholds farm workers' right to bargain, undocumented migrant workers rounded up in Vancouver, backlash to Saskatchewan Bill 85 grows, and more.
|News Lori Theresa Waller | Labour and social justice organizers needn't sit on their hands waiting for the government to change the laws on foreign workers.|
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