Quebec Municipal workers vow to keep fighting

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Supreme Court Of Canada: Wal-Mart Must Pay For Closing Unionized Store 2014-11-27 [Huffington Post]

Ontario Strike vote set for CarePartners nursing staff in Niagara and Norfolk Counties 2014-11-27 [OPSEU]

Ontario Dec. 5 strike vote set for Central East Correctional workers 2014-11-27 [My Kawartha]

Quebec Municipal workers vow to keep fighting 2014-11-27 [The Gazette]

Quebec Union at Temiscaming rejects Tembec's final offer 2014-11-27 [Pulp and Paper]

MGEU wins significant Workers Compensation Board appeal 2014-11-27 [NUPGE]

Profitable Post Office Continues to Prove Canada Post, Conservatives Wrong 2014-11-27 [CUPW]

Quebec Protests against pension reform in Quebec 2014-11-27 [Metro]

Quebec Gatineau blue-collar workers join Quebec-wide protest 2014-11-26 [The Citizen]

Quebec Municipal workers strike across province 2014-11-26 [Canadian Labour Reporter]

British Columbia North Van teachers reject Chevron’s ‘Fuel Your School’ program 2014-11-26 [24 Hours]

Quebec CBC's Live Blog of the Muni Workers Pension Strike 2014-11-26 [CBC]

Quebec Municipal workers in 1-day strike to protest pension reform plan 2014-11-26 [CBC]

Ontario Mishkeegogamang First Nation collects donations in Toronto 2014-11-26 [CBC]

Min Sook Lee Labour Arts Awards – Rewarding the unrewarded 2014-11-26 [CMG]

Saskatchewan North Sask Laundry Workers ask MLA for support 2014-11-26 [CUPE]

#NOTokay: CUPE raises awareness of violence against women, lights up the night 2014-11-26 [CUPE]

Quebec 'Grand Derangement' today 2014-11-26 [CJAD]

Quebec Thousands of municipal workers hold 1-day strike to protest pension reforms 2014-11-26 [CBC]

Ontario Safety Charges Against Royal Ottawa Health Care Group: Trial Continues This Week 2014-11-26 [ONA]

Nova Scotia Health-care unions at odds as binding arbitration looms 2014-11-26 [Global]

Ontario Airport workers to get a discount on new Union Station-Pearson train 2014-11-26 [The Star]

Quebec Major day of Bill 3 protest planned for Wednesday 2014-11-26 [CTV]

Ontario Hospital and CUPE reach pay equity agreement 2014-11-26 [The Nugget]

Newfoundland and Labrador Squabbles keep food bank shelves bare 2014-11-26 [NL News]

Solidarity on the big screen 2014-11-26 [Our Times]

Ontario Labour council lifts Global Spectrum and Carmen’s boycotts 2014-11-26 [The Spectator]

Ontario Kingston Youth Justice Workers at St. Lawrence Youth Association to picket Board of Directors, call for safety and respect 2014-11-26 [OPSEU]

Ontario Niagara detention workers 'tired, worn down, beat' 2014-11-26 [The Standard]

Quebec Municipal workers to strike Wednesday in protest against pension reform 2014-11-26 [The Gazette]

Ontario Government workers to call immediate strike vote on employer's opening bargaining position 2014-11-26 [OPSEU]

Ontario Government indifference fostering neglect of frail LTC residents 2014-11-26 [CUPE]

WestJet faces bumpy ride as flight attendants vote to reject deal 2014-11-26 [The Star]

Ontario Niagara Detention Centre 'busting at the seams' 2014-11-25 [The Standard]

Ontario Union warns Liberal government set to privatize public service jobs 2014-11-25 [The Star]

British Columbia CUPE BC Fed Delegates Endorse Amber Hockin for President and Aaron Ekman for Secretary-Treasurer 2014-11-25 [CUPE]

Nova Scotia NSGEU statement on Mediator/Arbitrator Dorsey’s ruling 2014-11-25 [NUPGE]

British Columbia BCTF Bargaining 2014: The Backstory 2014-11-25 [BCTF]

Can We Defend Our Pensions Without Challenging Financialized Capitalism? 2014-11-24 [Canadian Dimension]

Here's how to shift culture and reduce harassment 2014-11-24 [rabble]

British Columbia Jim Sinclair honoured by Unifor members 2014-11-24 [Unifor]

Regional councils commit to defeat Harper 2014-11-24 [Unifor]

Improving Red Seal assessment methods 2014-11-24 [UA]

Energy East means good paying jobs for UA members and Canadians 2014-11-24 [UA]

25 Years Later — Remembering the Montreal Massacre and A Call for Action 2014-11-24 [OSSTF]

Alberta UNA members overwhelmingly pass resolution encouraging RNs to assert their presence by wearing white 2014-11-24 [UNA]

Ontario Government Study on Teacher Workload Identifies Stressors to Education System 2014-11-24 [ETFO]

Ontario Regulation 274 Study Affirms Intent of Fair, Equitable Hiring Practices for Teachers 2014-11-24 [ETFO]

Negotiations with CP at a standstill 2014-11-24 [Teamsters]

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This month in labour history

3-11-1908 The Fishermen’s Protective Union is formed in Herring Neck, Newfoundland and Labrador. [more]

6-11-1945 Striking Ford workers and supporters use hundreds of motor vehicles to begin a blockade of the company plant in Windsor, Ontario. The strike leads to an arbitrated settlement and the protection of union security through the Rand Formula. [more]

10-11-1983 In British Columbia three months of protests against legislative attacks on union rights and social services reach a critical turning point as teachers prepare to join the massive mobilization led by Operation Solidarity and the Solidarity Coalition. [more]

16-11-1960 B.C. fishermen ended a labour dispute that had shut down the herring fishery for 12 months. [more]

19-11-1997 45,000 postal workers, members of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers, walk off the job across the country over issues of job security, wages and changes to lettercarriers' routes. [more]

22-11-2000 Workers at a McDonald's restaurant in Montreal successfully organize a union. The company closes the franchise. [more]

23-11-1921 A Maternity Protection Act, introduced by a labour member, is passed in British Columbia. It allows women to apply for six weeks' leave before giving birth and prohibits the employment of women for six weeks after. The leaves are unpaid. [more]