Ontario CAMI strike will 'affect everyone' in Ingersoll, workers say

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Ontario G.M. Workers Strike in Ottawa as Mexico Jobs Raise Tension 2017-09-19 [NYTimes]

Ontario CAMI strike will 'affect everyone' in Ingersoll, workers say 2017-09-19 [CBC]

Ontario WSIB to reopen GE Peterborough health cases 2017-09-19 [The Examiner]

Newfoundland and Labrador Inshore union blasts ‘unachievable’ rebuilding plan for northern shrimp 2017-09-19 [Undercurrent News]

Union expresses privacy concerns over proposed locomotive cameras 2017-09-19 [Lawyers Daily]

Ontario La grève est déclenchée à l’usine de GM à Ingersoll 2017-09-19 [Radio-Canada]

Ontario, B.C. Brink's workers deliver strike mandate 2017-09-19 [Canadian Labour Reporter]

Ontario GM Ontario CAMI plant workers strike 2017-09-19 [Canadian Labour Reporter]

GM Ontario plant workers strike as talks with union fail 2017-09-18 [Reuters]

Manitoba MGEU members, concerned Manitobans rally against health care cuts 2017-09-18 [NUPGE]

Nova Scotia Show your support for our fight to Repeal Bill 148 2017-09-18 [NSGEU]

British Columbia BC Needs $15 Minimum Wage ASAP 2017-09-18 [MoveUp]

British Columbia Strike threat produces deal at Three Point Motors! 2017-09-18 [IAMAW]

IAM joins rally to protest Boeing court battle with Bombardier 2017-09-18 [IAMAW]

Newfoundland and Labrador FFAW President Presents to Federal Cabinet 2017-09-18 [FFAW/Unifor]

Newfoundland and Labrador DFO ignores largest stakeholder, moves ahead with flawed science in northern shrimp 2017-09-18 [FFAW/Unifor]

Ontario Union workers at GM's Ingersoll, Ont., plant go on strike amid fight over job cuts 2017-09-18 [CBC]

Ontario CAMI workers take strike action 2017-09-18 [Unifor]

Ontario Cami autoworkers on strike as union seeks improved wages, benefits 2017-09-18 [The Free Press]

Unions welcome plans to start closing tax loopholes 2017-09-17 [CLC]

The North needs better services: postal union 2017-09-17 [CUPW]

Unions support workers’ applications to CBC Board of Directors 2017-09-17 [CWA]

British Columbia BCTF applauds new funding for students, schools, and vulnerable children 2017-09-17 [BCTF]

Alberta Curriculum: the political whipping boy 2017-09-17 [ATA]

Coalition launches a declaration for sustainable cultural expression in the digital era 2017-09-17 [ACTRA]

British Columbia $15 an Hour Minimum Wage Might Come Faster Than Expected 2017-09-17 [The Tyee]

A Day in the Life of Union-Bashing National Post 2017-09-17 [The Tyee]

Ontario Swissport workers strike for at least $15 and Fairness 2017-09-17 [Rank and File]

Ontario Workers’ Comp is a Right! 2017-09-17 [Rank and File]

Ontario Safety is the cost of contracting out at the TTC 2017-09-17 [Rank and File]

Ontario Fighting racism and Islamophobia through the struggle for $15 and Fairness 2017-09-17 [Rank and File]

Ontario After Bill 148: Making $15 and Fairness an election issue 2017-09-17 [Rank and File]

Ontario Video: Ontario college faculty fight concessions 2017-09-17 [Rank and File]

British Columbia Care home survey reinforces need for improved staffing levels 2017-09-17 [HEU]

Saskatchewan CUPE statement regarding the death of a student at École Dundonald in Saskatoon 2017-09-17 [CUPE]

Quebec A community-centered bargaining process in Lebel-sur-Quévillon 2017-09-17 [CUPE]

Manitoba WRHA restructuring will result in significant cuts to front-line care 2017-09-17 [CUPE]

Ontario Employees at Clarington Museums and Archives seek recognition for their work 2017-09-17 [CUPE]

Ontario CUPE 3261 reaches tentative agreement with University of Toronto 2017-09-17 [CUPE]

Manitoba Pallister creating false choice with health care premium proposal 2017-09-17 [CUPE]

British Columbia CUPE mourns passing of longtime activist and staff representative Jeff Lawson 2017-09-17 [CUPE]

Ontario Freedom Mobile threatens lockout of Windsor workers 2017-09-17 [CTV]

Hamilton Mountain NDP Scott Duvall proposes legislation to protect workers’ pensions 2017-09-17 [The News]

Quebec Gatineau transit workers agree to new collective agreement 2017-09-17 [CBC]

British Columbia UBC operating and maintenance engineers serve strike notice 2017-09-16 [The Sun]

Ontario Last-minute deal averts strike at ACCES Employment 2017-09-16 [OPSEU]

Ontario GM workers who make Chevy Equinox want 'fair and reasonable' contract, threaten strike 2017-09-16 [The Free Press]

British Columbia Budget delivers on key priorities for British Columbians 2017-09-16 [NUPGE]

British Columbia Overheated kitchens on new BC Ferries ships a concern for union 2017-09-16 [CBC]

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This month in labour history

3-09-1894 Labour Day is observed for the first time as a statutory public holiday, under a law introduced that year by the Conservative prime minister Sir John Thompson. [more]

8-09-1886 The Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, Saskatchewan Division No. 322, is formed in Medicine Hat. It is the first union chartered in what later becomes Alberta. [more]

11-09-1916 A second disaster strikes the huge cantilever bridge under construction at Quebec City. Another 13 lives are lost in addition to the 75 deaths in the first collapse in 1907. The bridge, completed in 1917, is still standing today. [more]

12-09-1945 In Windsor, Ontario, the United Auto Workers launch a strike against the Ford Motor Company that lasts for 99 days and leads to the Rand Formula for union security. [more]

15-09-1933 A general strike begins in the factories in Stratford, Ontario and spreads across the city. Troops and armoured cars are called out. [more]

16-09-1912 Vancouver Island coal miners begin what becomes a two-year strike for workplace safety and union recognition. To defeat the miners' union, the companies bring in strikebreakers and the province calls out the militia. [more]

16-09-1913 The New Brunswick Federation of Labour is organized at Saint John, New Brunswick. Today it is the provincial federation in Canada with the second longest continuous history. [more]

23-09-1873 The Canadian Labour Union is founded in Toronto. This first attempt to organize a Canadian labour central finds limited support, mainly from skilled workers in Ontario. [more]

24-09-1963 The Canadian Union of Public Employees, now Canada's largest union, is founded in Winnipeg through a merger of two earlier organizations and soon becomes a major force in the union movement. [more]

25-09-1995 Unions supporting the Liverpool Dockers Solidarity Campaign participate in national actions using the internet. This is believed to be the first time the net was used to organize an international labour solidarity action. [more]

26-09-1888 Canada's first independent labour Member of Parliament is returned in a by-election in Montreal East. A printer by trade, Alphonse-Télésphore Lépine is a leading figure in the Montreal Trades and Labour Council and the Knights of Labour. [more]

29-09-1931 A strike by coal miners from Bienfait, Saskatchewan comes comes to a head with the fatal shooting by police of three strikers during a protest on the main street in Estevan. [more]