The Canadian Progressive | News & Analysis: CAW Reaches Tentative Agreement with Dynamex

By: Canadian Auto Workers Union | Press Release: VANCOUVER, April 2, 2013 – The Canadian Auto Workers Union (CAW) has reached and signed a tentative agreement with Dynamex, a division of Montreal-based transportation conglomerate TransForce Inc. (TFI-T). CAW Local 114 represents 240 workers at one of the largest bargaining units at Dynamex covering Vancouver and the surrounding […] The post CAW Reaches ...

The Canadian Progressive: Ontario Public Service workers ratify new 2-year collective agreement

by Ontario Public Service Employees Union | Jan. 24, 2013 TORONTO – Unionized provincial government employees have ratified a new two-year collective agreement with their employer, the Government of Ontario. The two-year collective agreement covers 36,000 direct provincial government employees. Under the agreement, employees are subjected to a two-year wage freeze, but significant improvements were made ...

Trashy's World: So the billionaires and millionaires…

…at the NHL and NHLPA have figured out how to the split the billions and millions. And it took these bozos months to come to an agreement. Months of no work for thousands of people who don’t make billions or millions and who relied on their minimum or slightly more than minimum wage to support their ...

Trashy's World: Of COURSE the CPC won’t…

… tear up PS Collective Agreements! Not a chance! “tearing up” is so gauche. So unimaginative, so 19th century! Famous for being a very detail-oriented little party, the ReformCons have assembled a handbook for party operatives outlining what exactly should happen to those pesky Agreements while avoiding that whole tearing-up thing. And this intrepid blogger ...