Columnists
Retiree Matters, Larry Wark | In the 1980s, the Canadian Auto Workers made their first attempt to organize Michelin workers in Nova Scotia. Larry Wark looks back at long days and nights travelling rural roads.
Columnists
Retiree Matters, Angus Ricker | Lance Livingstone well remembers the Canadian Auto Workers slogan "30 and out" -- referring to a contract provision that allows autoworkers with 30 years service to retire with a full pension.
Columnists
Jim Stanford | I am now finally emerging from the mental fog induced by the 24-7 triennial marathon otherwise known as "CAW major auto bargaining." To close the circle, here are my thoughts in retrospect.
Blog
Nora Loreto | With the vote on the merger between CEP and CAW passing, the new union provides both challenges and opportunities for Canada's left.
Columnists
Jim Stanford | It seems almost pointless to even worry about labour costs when the broader policy framework that is so essential for industrial success is glaringly absent.
News
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Meg Borthwick | Thursday afternoon, Meg Borthwick caught up with the president of CAW Local 27, Tim Carrie, in the lobby of the London Hilton during a break from closure negotiations with Caterpillar.
News
Workers disrupt traffic on the road outside the Electro-Motive Diesel plant in London, Ont. on Jan. 21. Photo: Mick Sweetman
Mick Sweetman | It was a boisterous scene outside the massive Electro-Motive Diesel factory on Jan. 21 as more than a thousand trade unionists joined the picket line in solidarity with 465 locked-out workers.
Columnists
Linda McQuaig | Hundreds of shivering factory workers locked out of their plant by manufacturing giant Caterpillar in London, Ont., might draw some warm comfort from -- of all things -- the sayings of Newt Gingrich.
RabbleTV
The curious case of the missing economic recovery
rabbleTV | Join Lieutenant Stanfordo (CAW Economist Jim Stanford) as he attempts to find out what has actually happened to Canada's supposed economic recovery.