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Mar 26, 2015
Legislation would see four councils negotiate collective agreements

Mar 26, 2015
Strike by education workers reaches fourth week

Mar 25, 2015
Companies expect $1.5 billion in cost savings by end of 2017

Mar 25, 2015
USW cites lack of confidence in process, holds out hope for public inquiry

Mar 24, 2015
Wage, benefits gap puts private sector counterparts at disadvantage

Mar 24, 2015
Audit shows WSIB gave OFL $12.3 million over 10 years

Mar 24, 2015
Deal includes 1 per cent pay increase, review of financial status
Global Labour News
Mar 25, 2015
Union pledges to bridge pay gap between tiers

Mar 25, 2015
New pay rate would lower labour costs for automakers

Mar 25, 2015
Employees call for improved pay, working conditions

Mar 23, 2015
Among fastest-growing, most profitable areas of retail

Mar 19, 2015
Union calling for joint mediation on early retirement benefits

Mar 18, 2015
Employees to receive increase in base pay rises
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Union must now balance interests of bargaining units

Union claims worker denied representation at time of dismissal

Toronto worker shorted compensation: Arbitrator

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