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Day: July 16, 2018

Tentative agreement reached in Harrison Hot Springs

CUPE 458 and the Village of Harrison Hot Springs reached a new tentative agreement over the weekend after almost a week of strike action in the Village. “We want to thank residents and visitors for their patience during this dispute as…

Premier Ford’s back-to-work legislation will violate civil liberties, hurt students

The Canadian Civil Liberties Association and the Canadian Federation of Students-Ontario have joined with striking workers at York University to voice their opposition to the new Conservative government’s “back-to-work” legislation. “Our members went on strike more than four months ago because…

Statement by CUPE National President Mark Hancock on Ontario Bill 2

Doug Ford won power on a promise to fight for “the little guy” in a “government for the people.” But one of his very first acts as Premier will be to dismantle the bargaining rights of precarious workers at York University….

Stop the attack on rights at Cargill Turkey – Reinstate #TheCargill14 now!

Fourteen union activists have been continually protesting for over 80 days after being unfairly dismissed from their jobs on April 17, 2018 while organizing a union at Cargill-Turkey’s corn-milling facility in Bursa-Orhangazi. This is not the first time Cargill management…

teacher union expands to better advocate for quality public education

Iraq: teacher union expands to better advocate for quality public education Topics in this post: The opening of a new headquarters for its branch in the centre of the Iraqi Chamchamal region represents a golden opportunity for the Kurdistan Teachers’…