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01-09-2014 Everywhere: Labour Day
01-09-2014 St. John's: NLFL Labour Day Picnic and Family Fun Day
08-09-2014 Saskatchewan Regina: Honour Our Deal: Town Hall Meeting
10-09-2014 Ontario Toronto: CBTU Ontario Canada Chapter General Membership Meeting
13-09-2014 Vancouver: Unifor Canadian Council

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Saskatchewan Cameco mine shut down after talks fail [The Star-Phoenix] 2014-08-30

Quebec 2,320 workers left posts during protest: city [The Gazette] 2014-08-30

Newfoundland and Labrador Unions: The folks who brought you the weekend – and so much more! [The Independent] 2014-08-30

Court Drops Criminal Charges Against Exiled Union Leader [The Wall Street Journal] 2014-08-30

Nova Scotia Nova Scotia Power outsourcing compromise reached [CBC] 2014-08-30

Ontario Majority in Toronto think union gains are at risk today; Unions seen to be as needed today as ever [Union Calling] 2014-08-30

The Fraser Institute's 'research' is junk -- have a happy Labour Day! [rabble] 2014-08-29

Four major battles for the Canadian labour movement [Rank and File] 2014-08-29

Profit Renews Postal Banking Call [Blackburn] 2014-08-29

Ontario Thunder Bay Bombardier strike could last a long time, analyst says [CBC] 2014-08-29








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British Columbia Kelowna teachers discuss reality of classrooms 2014-08-30 [Capital News]

British Columbia Campbell River contract talks stall over wages 2014-08-30 [CUPE]

Quebec FTQ-Construction rejects labour deal, but is bound by its terms 2014-08-30 [The Gazette]

Ontario School bus coordinators hope to avoid strike 2014-08-30 [The Nugget]

Saskatchewan Cameco mine shut down after talks fail 2014-08-30 [The Star-Phoenix]

Quebec 2,320 workers left posts during protest: city 2014-08-30 [The Gazette]

Newfoundland and Labrador Unions: The folks who brought you the weekend – and so much more! 2014-08-30 [The Independent]

Saskatchewan Labour Day much more than CFL football 2014-08-30 [The Times]

Nova Scotia Celebrating working people and families on Labour Day 2014-08-30 [CUPE]

Labour leader exiled in Vancouver has fraud charges dropped against him by Mexican court 2014-08-30 [The Sun]

Court Drops Criminal Charges Against Exiled Union Leader 2014-08-30 [The Wall Street Journal]

Nova Scotia Nova Scotia Power outsourcing compromise reached 2014-08-30 [CBC]

Nova Scotia NS Power and union reach deal 2014-08-30 [Metro]

Labour Day celebrates workers’ rights 2014-08-30 [The Sun]

Ontario Majority in Toronto think union gains are at risk today; Unions seen to be as needed today as ever 2014-08-30 [Union Calling]

Saskatchewan Cameco to shut down top uranium mine after talks with union fail 2014-08-30 [BNN]

Ontario Hamilton is benefiting from the ‘union advantage’ 2014-08-30 [The Spectator]

British Columbia Labour faces challenges 2014-08-30 [The Courier]

Unions stand up for fairness 2014-08-30 [Now]

Ontario Unifor and Bombardier impose a news blackout during new talks 2014-08-30 [CBC]

Quebec Unions call for commitment to public college education 2014-08-30 [Education International]

British Columbia Fassbender's Three Steps to a Settlement, Translated 2014-08-29 [The Tyee]

Reflections on the past, present and future of migrant farm labour in Canada 2014-08-29 [rabble]

The Fraser Institute's 'research' is junk -- have a happy Labour Day! 2014-08-29 [rabble]

Four major battles for the Canadian labour movement 2014-08-29 [Rank and File]

Nova Scotia Labour Day 2014 celebration in Halifax 2014-08-29 [rabble]

Profit Renews Postal Banking Call 2014-08-29 [Blackburn]

Ontario Union of 10,000 provincial workers approves new contract 2014-08-29 [The Citizen]

British Columbia Labour Day bittersweet for B.C. unions 2014-08-29 [24 Hours]

British Columbia Teachers meet with mediator 2014-08-29 [The Western News]

Ontario Thunder Bay Bombardier strike could last a long time, analyst says 2014-08-29 [CBC]

Quebec Lac-Megantic accused are 'scapegoats', lawyers want charges dropped 2014-08-29 [CTV]

Ontario McMaster ballots remain sealed until October 2014-08-29 [The Spectator]

Quebec Drop charges against MM&A workers, say supporters 2014-08-29 [The Sun]

Union Questions Huge Canada Post Profits 2014-08-29 [VOCM]

What unions won for us, can also be lost 2014-08-29 [Now]

Remembering the 'labour' in Labour Day 2014-08-29 [The Gazette]

Newfoundland and Labrador Unions: The folks who brought you the Labour Day weekend – and so much more 2014-08-29 [The Western Star]

The power of Canada’s unions: A Labour Day report card 2014-08-29 [iPolitics]

Ontario Study shows unionized workers earn more, especially in Windsor 2014-08-29 [Metro]

British Columbia Teachers' strike: Who is mediator Vince Ready? 2014-08-29 [CBC]

Ontario Region fears wage imbalance for support workers 2014-08-28 [The Record]

British Columbia Working together for all 2014-08-28 [The Daily News]

Quebec Unions bash government over proposed pension reforms 2014-08-28 [CTV]

Ontario Unionized workers earn more, spend more in NCR: CLC 2014-08-28 [The Business Journal]

Ontario CLC study finds significant wage gap in favour of unionized workers in Windsor 2014-08-28 [The Star]

Nova Scotia Canadian Labour Congress report reveals big benefits of belonging to union 2014-08-28 [The Daily Business Buzz]

Ontario Oshawa union workers earn $6.99 an hour more than non-union workers: study 2014-08-28 [Durham Region]

Ontario CUPE hopes to avert a school transportation strike before students' return to classes 2014-08-28 [Digital Journal]

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This month in labour history

1-08-2009 USW 9508 begins 18 month strike aginst Vale Inco at Voisey's Bay NL. [more]

2-08-1918 The Vancouver General Strike, Canada's first, begins as word spreads about the murder of Ginger Goodwin. [more]

3-08-1961 The NDP is founded with the support of the Canadian Labour Congress. [more]

9-08-1909 The Fort William freight handlers strike begins. [more]

19-08-1998 The McDonald's restaurant in Squamish, B.C., became the first outlet of the fast-food giant in North America to be unionized as the CAW was certified. [more]

26-08-1946 10,000 veterans march through Hamilton to the Stelco plant to show their support for striking Steelworkers. [more]

27-08-1974 400 strikers from 20 workplaces occupy the Minister of Labour's office in Montreal to demand anti-scab laws. [more]

31-08-2001 A newly organized McDonald's restaurant in Montreal is closed by the owner. [more]