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I’m Doing What That Loser Chief Dorthy Towedo & Her Weak Ass Aroland Council Can’t

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AROLAND MAN ACCUSED OF POINTING A GUN IS RELEASED

“EVERYONE SHOULD BE TREATED EQUALLY” – Eric Magiskan on his reason for waiving his Gladue rights in court. AROLAND MAN ACCUSED OF POINTING A GUN IS RELEASED ON UNDERTAKING. Appearing handcuffed for a bail hearing in Courtroom 103 this afternoon is 42 year old ERIC JOSEPH MAGISKAN. Crown Attorney Misbah

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Government of Canada Introduces Historic Proactive Pay Equity Legislation

Government of Canada Introduces Historic Proactive Pay Equity Legislation – Advancing gender equality is not just good for women, it’s good for all Canadians. When Canadian women can count on equal pay for work of equal value, our economy grows stronger, families prosper and communities thrive.   Ads By Google

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CFL Players’ Association And Player Unions Meet BC Premier And Labour Minister

CFL Players’ Association And Player Unions Meet BC Premier And Labour Minister – A group representing over 3,500 professional athletes from across Canada were in Victoria, B.C. today to meet with B.C. Minister of Labour, Harry Bains, and the Premier of British Columbia, John Horgan.   Ads By Google  

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Retailers Can Attract In-Demand Talent This Holiday Season

Retailers Can Attract In-Demand Talent This Holiday Season – Retail workers crave flexibility and better benefits, according to research by ManpowerGroup Solutions and Retail Industry Leaders Association – Sales representatives among top five hardest-to-fill roles in the U.S. – Employer brand is a top criteria when making career decisions according

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Quicken Loans Partners With Urban Alliance to Bring Flagship Youth Employment Program To Detroit

Quicken Loans Partners With Urban Alliance to Bring Flagship Youth Employment Program To Detroit – Urban Alliance (UA), a national youth development nonprofit organization, brought its flagship youth employment model to Detroit with support from the Quicken Loans Family of Companies, who will serve as the program’s anchor employer in

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How Digital Technologies Will Lead The Oil And Gas Industry Into Next Era

How Digital Technologies Will Lead The Oil And Gas Industry Into The Next Era – The “Digital Oilfield” has been one of the most discussed topics in the oil and gas industry in the past few decades. Whether oil prices soar or crash, digital technologies are often touted for finding

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Record Number Of Small Canadian Businesses Reporting Skilled Labour Shortage

Record Number Of Small Canadian Businesses Reporting Skilled Labour Shortage – Canadian Federation of Independent Business says greatest shortages reported in B.C., Quebec and Ontario. A record 47 per cent of small Canadian businesses report that they are experiencing a shortage of skilled labour, a monthly survey conducted by the

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Legislation Protects Temporary Foreign Workers From Exploitation

Legislation Protects Temporary Foreign Workers From Exploitation – People coming to work in B.C. under the federal Temporary Foreign Worker Program will have better protection against exploitation and abuse as a result of new legislation that has been introduced. “Workers coming to B.C. want to feel safe, confident their rights

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Probe into Reports of Illegal Student Labour at Apple Watch Plant

Probe into Reports of Illegal Student Labour at Apple Watch Plant – Following reports of Apple supplier Quanta Computer illegally employing students to assemble Apple Watches in the Chinese city of Chongqing, the Cupertino tech giant launched an investigation into its supply chain last week, the Financial Times is reporting.

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IAM Breaks New Ground In Transportation

IAM Breaks New Ground In Transportation – Montréal, QC – The IAM has broken new ground in the transportation sector in Canada by organizing its first trucking firm. More than 120 workers employed by Transport Laberge are the newest members of IAM Local Lodge 869 and IAM District Lodge 11.

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Achieving Gender Equality In Male Dominated Sectors

Achieving Gender Equality In Male Dominated Sectors – On 16-17 October, IndustriALL affiliates from across the world met in Cape Town, South Africa, to develop strategies for achieving gender equality in the mining, base metals, materials and energy sectors. These sectors, which often provide skilled, well-paid and prestigious work, are

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UPS Freight Contract Update

UPS Freight Contract Update – Last, Best and Final (LBFO) Contract Proposal Received From UPS Freight The Teamsters National UPS Freight Negotiating Committee has received a Last, Best and Final (LBFO) contract proposal from UPS Freight. You may view the proposal at http://ibt.io/UPSFreightupdate Please read the proposal in preparation for

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CUPW Strike Actions Continue In Pickering, Oshawa, Thunder Bay, Winnipeg and Brandon

CUPW Strike Actions Continue In Pickering, Oshawa, Thunder Bay, Winnipeg and Brandon – While negotiations continue with the help of a special mediator, the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) began rotating strikes in Pickering, Ont., at 4 a.m.; Oshawa, Ont., at 6 a.m.; Thunder Bay, Ont., at 1 a.m.;

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Nurses Launch National Petition On Workplace Violence

Nurses Launch National Petition On Workplace Violence – Canada’s nurses launch a national petition on violence against health care workers, sponsored by MP Doug Eyolfson Doug Eyolfson, Member of Parliament for Charleswood-St. James-Assiniboia-Headingley, has sponsored petition E-1902 from Linda Silas, President of the Canadian Federation of Nurses Unions (CFNU).  

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Canada’s Building Trades Unions Congratulate Federal Government on USMCA

Canada’s Building Trades Unions Congratulate Federal Government on USMCA – The Government of Canada has negotiated hard and struck a deal that’s good for Canadian workers in the renegotiated United States – Mexico – Canada Agreement (USMCA). Canada’s Building Trades Unions (CBTU) congratulate the Government of Canada on their assiduousness

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PSAC And UTE Push For Job Security And New Protections

PSAC And UTE Push For Job Security And New Protections – he PSAC/UTE bargaining team met with the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) on October 23-25 to continue negotiations for a new collective agreement. While the team raised a number of key issues like job security, scheduling protections, and improving working

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Author Incomes in Steep Decline

Author Incomes in Steep Decline – A 27% drop in last three years suggests educational copying is devastating writers’ livelihoods. – The Writers’ Union of Canada (TWUC) released the results of its 2018 income survey report. Entitled Diminishing Returns: Creative Culture at Risk, the report documents a 27% decrease in

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Agricultural Workers Voice Concerns Over TFWP In B.C. And Quebec

Agricultural Workers Voice Concerns Over TFWP In B.C. And Quebec – Agricultural workers recently met with senior government officials in Abbotsford, British Columbia and Saint-Rémi, Quebec to share their experiences with the Temporary Foreign Workers Program (TFWP), and to offer advice as frontline workers for addressing problems with the program,

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B.C. Labour Code Recommendations a Good First Step

B.C. Labour Code Recommendations a Good First Step – The United Steelworkers (USW) welcomes recommendations for changes to B.C.’s Labour Relations Code, but cautions much more must be done to bring the Code into the 21st century. The modest changes proposed to successorship must be expanded to include all sectors,

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Union of Canadian Correctional Officers Cautiously Acknowledging Bill C-83

Union of Canadian Correctional Officers Cautiously Acknowledging Bill C-83 – The Union of Canadian Correctional Officers (UCCO-SACC-CSN) is cautiously acknowledging Bill C-83 which involves changes to the Corrections and Conditional Release Act which will replace administrative segregation.   Ads By Google   Resources Needed – “Bill C-83 will require serious

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Steelworkers Join To Defend Workers’ Rights

Steelworkers Join To Defend Workers’ Rights – United Steelworkers across Ontario are joining community and labour actions condemning the Doug Ford government’s legislation cancelling the $15 minimum wage increase and rolling back basic labour rights.   Ads By Google   “It hasn’t taken long for the Ford government to show

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OPSEU Prepare For War With Ford

OPSEU Prepare For War With Ford – Almost a full contingent of OPSEU presidents from locals across the province were in a fighting mood as they gathered for the union’s “front line has been drawn” fight-back meeting. The historic gathering was organized in response to the election of the anti-worker

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Rush To Ratify The CPTPP A Reckless Error

Rush To Ratify The CPTPP A Reckless Error – The rush to ratify the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) is a reckless error says Unifor. “The process was a sham designed to fast-track a flawed CPTPP deal that weakens Canada’s auto industry, enshrines unenforceable labour provisions

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Government of Canada Helps Indigenous Youth

Government of Canada Helps Indigenous Youth Across Southern Ontario – A strong economy depends on a strong middle class where everybody has a real and fair chance to succeed. Indigenous peoples represent the youngest and fastest-growing segment of Canada’s population, yet they continue to be underrepresented in Canada’s workforce.  

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