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College faculty have voted to reject the Council's forced contract offer by 86% in a historic vote on November 16. Photo: OPSEU/Twitter
Meagan Gillmore | Concerns about Ontario college system continue as government orders faculty back to work
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Sean Saunders | As college lecturers are legislated back to work, it is worth comparing the changes to their conditions.
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Ella Bedard | Ontario teachers will comply with the labour board ruling that sends them back to work, but strikes could resume on June 10.
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| Right-to-work legislation prevents union membership from being a condition of employment.
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Jim Stanford | In the last year, three mainstream parties have introduced proposals for right-to-work-style legal changes in Canada. Developments in the U.S. are clearly exerting influence north of the border.
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Mordecai Briemberg | Canada's governments are among the worst offenders when it comes to legislating striking workers back to work. Since 1982 more complaints have been made against Canada than any other country.
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Jim Stanford | Now that the mail is being delivered again, Canada's economic prospects have brightened considerably. That is, if you believe the Harper government's claims.
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CUPW members in Vancouver. Photo: David P. Ball
| Thousands of unionists rallied outside Canada Post's offices in Winnipeg and Ottawa on Thursday in support of locked-out postal workers, while a solidarity rally is being planned today in Vancouver.