Steel and aluminum tariffs

In 2018 the Trump administration declared Canada a security risk and imposed tariffs on Canadian steel and aluminum.  The United Steelworkers Canadian Director, Ken Neumann, wants the federal government to refuse to ratify the agreement which would replace NAFTA until the tariffs are removed. 

Also in RadioLabour’s Canada Report March 29-April 5, 2019:

• In the Middle East two million refugees have fled war and are now in camps in Lebanon. Unions are helping the refugees to find work and receive crucial public services.
• The LabourStart Report about union events in Canada and around the world.
• And singing: “U-N-I-O-N” by UnioNation. Used by permission.

Image: Photo by USW. Used with permission.

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