Rio Tinto Alcan Workers Ratify New Agreement Alma, Que. – Members of a union coalition representing 1,150 Rio Tinto Alcan workers have ratified a new, five-year collective agreement and a new pension plan agreement. “The entire coalition family worked together
BC wants $10-a-day childcare! In British Columbia, like in most of the rest of Canada, working parents struggle to find good childcare. Fees are too high, wait lists are too long, and too often, families are forced to use unregulated
Fairness Works! The labour movement is committed to improving the lives of workers and has been for over 100 years. That’s our job. Our aim is to improve the lives of all Canadians by working on the issues that
District 3 Director Stephen Hunt reports on the 2015 USW District 3 conference in Edmonton, which was held on April 15th.