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Quebec Nearly 14,000 daycare workers strike [Canoe] 2014-10-21

Can Health Workers Refuse to Treat Ebola Patients? Maybe. [CBC] 2014-10-21

Quebec Home daycare worker strike hits parents of 90,000 children [CBC] 2014-10-21

British Columbia Ikea and union to start mediation [The Sun] 2014-10-20

The fight for Canada Post is escalating [Rank and File] 2014-10-19

Saskatchewan Saskatoon transit lockout over: 'It's in everyone's best interests,' says Atchison as second lockout notice retracted [The Star-Phoenix] 2014-10-19

Saskatchewan City of Saskatoon issues second lockout notice to transit union [CBC] 2014-10-19

Saskatchewan Video: Workers react to LRB's lockout ruling [The Star-Phoenix] 2014-10-18

Saskatchewan Provincial board rules lockout illegal; no word yet on when buses will be back on roads [The Star-Phoenix] 2014-10-18

Quebec Home daycare strikes set for Monday [The Gazette] 2014-10-18








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Ontario From the sexist bargaining table to the picket lines 2014-10-21 [Rank and File]

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British Columbia Health minister responds to workers' concerns on Ebola preparedness 2014-10-21 [HEU-CUPE]

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Newfoundland and Labrador Some Weekend Inmates Not Serving Time 2014-10-21 [VOCM]

Ontario Seniors to be hit with more home care cuts says union 2014-10-21 [The Sun]

Ontario Unifor endorses Whitby-Oshawa NDP candidate Trish McAuliffe 2014-10-21 [Unifor]

British Columbia Union calls for changes in mining safety oversight 2014-10-21 [OHS Canada]

Alberta Care homes fight to prevent release of financial reports 2014-10-21 [The Herald]

Saskatchewan What gear is needed to protect health care workers from Ebola? 2014-10-21 [CBC]

Ontario OFL facing cuts as steelworkers apparently yank funding 2014-10-21 [The Star]

Crewmen Stranded in Argentia Since June 2014-10-21 [VOCM]

Minimum wage hike does not kill jobs: report 2014-10-21 [The Star]

British Columbia Ikea, striking union meet today with mediator Vince Ready 2014-10-21 [The Times-Colonist]

Manitoba Doorstep mail delivery ends for 12,400 Winnipeggers 2014-10-21 [CBC]

Quebec Nearly 14,000 daycare workers strike 2014-10-21 [Canoe]

Can Health Workers Refuse to Treat Ebola Patients? Maybe. 2014-10-21 [CBC]

Canada Post rolls out first wave of door-to-door delivery cuts 2014-10-21 [The Globe and Mail]

Quebec Home daycare worker strike hits parents of 90,000 children 2014-10-21 [CBC]

Quebec Home daycare workers strike hits parents of 90,000 children 2014-10-21 [CBC]

Quebec Tensions between McGill, union over campaign-related communications 2014-10-20 [The Daily]

Newfoundland and Labrador New Contract for Mount Pearl City Workers 2014-10-20 [VOCM]

Alberta Guess how much money companies who care for seniors make? 2014-10-20 [The Herald]

Quebec At-home daycare workers on one-day strike Monday 2014-10-20 [CTV]

Ontario Threat of specialized transit strike delayed 2014-10-20 [CBC]

Quebec Home-based daycare workers set to strike Monday 2014-10-20 [The Sun]

Newfoundland and Labrador IOC burying 2,000 workplace complaints, union alleges 2014-10-20 [CBC]

Quebec Canada Post begins cutting mail delivery to homes 2014-10-20 [The Gazette]

Manitoba Door-to-door delivery ends for Winnipeg neighbourhoods Monday 2014-10-20 [CTV]

British Columbia Ikea and union to start mediation 2014-10-20 [The Sun]

Newfoundland and Labrador Mount Pearl Workers Back To Work Today 2014-10-20 [VOCM]

Taxation union refuses to give up severance, sick leave 2014-10-20 [The Citizen]

What are Community Benefit Agreements? 2014-10-19 [rabble]

The fight for Canada Post is escalating 2014-10-19 [Rank and File]

Can We Save Home Mail Delivery? 2014-10-19 [Rank and File]

Saskatchewan Busses to resume Monday as city withdraws lockout notice 2014-10-19 [CTV]

Manitoba Union re-elects embattled leader 2014-10-19 [The Free Press]

Quebec Couillard says he won't back down on financial reforms despite protests 2014-10-19 [The Free Press]

Saskatchewan Saskatoon transit lockout over: 'It's in everyone's best interests,' says Atchison as second lockout notice retracted 2014-10-19 [The Star-Phoenix]

Saskatchewan City of Saskatoon issues second lockout notice to transit union 2014-10-19 [CBC]

Newfoundland and Labrador Workers Start Postcard Campaign to Protest Cuts 2014-10-19 [VOCM]

Prince Edward Island Paramedics want Ebola training 2014-10-18 [The Guardian]

Ontario Mac cleaners refused to clean suspected Ebola patient’s room 2014-10-18 [The Spectator]

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This month in labour history

1-10-1741 Workers at the Royal Shipyard in Quebec organize the first recorded strike in Canadian history. [more]

6-10-2011 The first H&M retail outlet in Canada is organized in Mississauga, Ontario. [more]

7-10-1969 During a strike by Montreal firefighters and police, city taxi drivers riot against the Murray Hill company. [more]

12-10-1973 The Artistic Woodwork strike starts. The 4-month long strike exposed the conditions of immigrant workers in Toronto and the role of the police in strikes. [more]

13-10-1944 The Trades and Labour Congress chartered the Hospital Employees' Federal Union Local 180 at Vancouver General Hospital, which later became known as the Hospital Employees' Union of BC. [more]

14-10-1976 One million workers join protest against federal government's wage controls policy. [more]

23-10-1958 At Springhill, Nova Scotia 75 men are killed and 99 survive after a “bump” in one of Canada’s deepest coal mines. [more]

25-10-1917 Legendary union leader Kent Rowley is born. In and out of jail for his principled leadership his entire life, he dies in 1978. [more]