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Sep 17, 2014
BCTF urges members to ratify 6-year agreement

Sep 17, 2014
Organization touts business benefits of hiring people with disabilities

Sep 17, 2014
Factory collapse killed more than 1,100 people

Sep 16, 2014
Bill 37 contravenes Canadian charter, right to strike

Sep 16, 2014
Health care, administrative services have highest unemployment-to-job-vacancy ratio

Sep 16, 2014
40,000 teachers without contract since June 2013

Sep 15, 2014
Employer to also open talks with flight attendants, customer service representatives
Global Labour News
Sep 17, 2014
Foreign workers reportedly misled about salary, conditions

Sep 16, 2014
Unjust labour system divides workers into first, second divisions

Sep 16, 2014
Airline hopes at least 2,100 employees accept deal

Sep 15, 2014
Pilots' strike could run until September 22

Sep 12, 2014
Union threatens to strike over potential layoffs

Sep 11, 2014
16,000 workers strike over holiday benefits
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CURRENT ISSUE: Sep 15, 2014
New deal eliminates province-specific training requirements

Arbitrator orders compensation after appeal

Termination set aside, substituted for suspension

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Blaine Donais, founder of Workplace Fairness Institute, talks to Canadian HR Reporter TV about how organizations can build relationships with unions to improve morale and business results

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