Labour News Update, September 25 2017

CAMI strike | Pension reform | Alberta health & safety | Nova Scotia wage freeze | Fraser Institute $15 study flaws | Winnipeg hospital workers | Phoenix payroll failure | Manitoba Fight for $15 | UAW-FCA corruption | Hotel workers vs immigration raids

September 23: Migrant workers and supporters rally for equal rights and residency in St. Catharines at Niagara Wine Festival
September 23: Migrant workers and supporters rally for equal rights and residency in St. Catharines at Niagara Wine Festival

CAMI strike can renew fight against NAFTA
Gerard Di Trolio and Doug Nesbitt, Rankandfile.ca
September 21 2017

Nova Scotia workers disrupt the pomp and circumstance at Province House
Robert Devet, Nova Scotia Advocate
September 21 2017

Pension battle in Hamilton is on to Ottawa
Brad Walchuk, Rankandfile.ca
September 19 2017

UAW and FCA execs laundered money through fake hospice centre
Tresa Baldas, Detroit Free Press
September 19 2017

After 41 years Alberta health and safety review is long overdue
Jared Matsunga Turnbull, Jason Foster, Bob Barnetson, Parkland Institute
September 15 2017

September 23: Unifor members rally in Ottawa in solidarity with Mexican workers and a better NAFTA
September 23: Unifor members rally in Ottawa in solidarity with Mexican workers and a better NAFTA

Hundreds of Winnipeg hospitals workers face job loss from cuts
Erin Brohman, CBC News
September 19 2017

IBM rakes in millions for failure-plagued Phoenix payroll system
Julie Iretson, CBC News
September 21 2017

Manitobans rally for $15 minimum wage
CBC News
September 19 2017

Fraser Institute cries wolf over Ontario’s $15 minimum wage
Sheila Block and Michal Rozworski, Behind the Numbers
September 19 2017

Unions training hotel workers to face down immigration raids
Josh Eidelson, Bloomberg
September 20 2017

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