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Newfoundland and Labrador Hockey tournament latest casualty of Happy Valley-Goose Bay lockout 2015-01-26 [CBC]

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British Columbia CUPE 387 members support locked out Southern Railway workers 2015-01-25 [CUPE]

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Ontario Union renews push against can maker Crown Holdings 2015-01-25 [CBC]

Ontario OT workers finally get a break 2015-01-25 [The Star]

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Ontario School board democracy is on the chopping block 2015-01-24 [rabble]

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British Columbia Fishermen's Union Backs Haida Herring Concerns 2015-01-24 [CFTK]

Nova Scotia Nurses’ Union to take in most nurses, Premier Stephen McNeil says 2015-01-24 [The Post]

Ontario Union workers highlight need for programs to help the homeless 2015-01-24 [The Star]

Newfoundland and Labrador Municipal workers locked out in Happy Valley-Goose Bay 2015-01-24 [rabble]

Nova Scotia AC staff votes in favour of strike action if labour demands not met, union president says 2015-01-24 [Farm Focus]

Ontario Beer Can Boycott Expands Across Ontario 2015-01-24 [The Free Press]

Ontario OPSEU members hold demonstrations across province 2015-01-24 [The Daily News]

Ontario Deputy premier says there's 'no more money' and any wage hikes for provincial workers need to be offset by cuts 2015-01-24 [The Examiner]

Ontario Peterborough, Lindsay OPSEU union reps meet with Deb Matthews amidst protest 2015-01-24 [My Kawartha]

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British Columbia Striking workers continue picket after closure notice at Naramata Centre 2015-01-24 [Info News]

CN rejects extension of conciliation in talks with engineers 2015-01-24 [JOC]

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CBC bars on-air journalists from getting paid for appearances 2015-01-24 [CBC]

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This month in labour history

1-01-1952 Old Age Security, the country's first universal pension plan, comes into effect for Canadians at 70 years of age. The Canada Pension Plan, based on employment contributions, followed in 1966. [more]

9-01-1974 Workers at United Aircraft in Longueiul, Quebec begin a long and dramatic strike that lasts 20 months. One result is the anti-scab law introduced by the new Parti Québécois government in 1977. [more]

15-01-1889 Innkeeper Joe Beef, a legendary friend to the outcast poor and labouring classes, dies in Montreal. He supported workers on strike at the Lachine Canal in 1877 and the Hudon cotton mills in 1880. More than 50 unions march in his funeral procession. [more]

20-01-1914 Joseph Mairs, 21, a coal miner from Ladysmith, British Columbia, dies in prison after failing to receive adequate medical treatment. He was one of more than 200 strikers arrested in a long struggle for recognition of the United Mine Workers of America. [more]

25-01-1988 14,000 members of the United Nurses of Alberta begin a province-wide strike over employer demands for rollbacks. [more]

26-01-1981 An illegal strike by 16,000 Ontario hospital workers, members of the Canadian Union of Public Employees, begins. CUPE President Grace Hartman later goes to jail for supporting her members. [more]

29-01-1946 Supreme Court Justice Ivan C. Rand releases his report on the Ford strike and imposes the Rand Formula to promote union security. [more]

31-01-1907 More than 400 women telephone operators in Toronto walk out when Bell Telephone attempts to introduce longer hours and lower pay. [more]