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  • UFCW Canada | Canadian Association of Labour Media
    activists to step up the pressure on certain global brands that have yet to provide adequate payments to a Rana Plaza victims compensation fund Categories Latest Labour News Another iPad winner of the UFCW BDM Scholarship Contest Sat 2015 03 28 07 30 New Westminster B C March 28 2015 UFCW Canada is happy to announce that Ashley Campbell is one of the winners of an iPad from the UFCW BDM Scholarship Contest Categories Latest Labour News Members at HyLife Foods achieve new deal UFCW 832 Fri 2015 03 27 09 20 Neepawa Man March 27 2015 UFCW Local 832 members at HyLife Foods in Neepawa Manitoba have overwhelmingly ratified a new five year collective agreement Categories Latest Labour News UFCW International helps launch groundbreaking immigration program Thu 2015 03 26 10 40 Omaha Nebraska March 26 2015 Recently hundreds of UFCW International staff and activists met in Omaha for outreach training sessions to help members in applying for a new immigration program that would protect undocumented workers and their American born children against unjust deportation and provide the family members the legal right to work Categories Latest Labour News By the Numbers The affordable housing crisis Thu 2015 03 26 09 24 Toronto March 24 2015 According to the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation housing is considered affordable if it costs less than 30 per cent of your pre tax earnings but right now one of every four families in Canada spends more than that percentage to keep a roof over their heads Categories Latest Labour News Members at Telepartners Call Centre achieve first contract UFCW 206 Wed 2015 03 25 08 44 Toronto March 25 2015 UFCW Canada Local 206 members at Telepartners Call Centre in Toronto have achieved their first collective agreement after voting unanimously in favour of the contract earlier this month Categories Latest Labour News Calgary Quest Society workers join the union UFCW 401 Tue 2015 03 24 10 45 Calgary March 25 2015 UFCW Canada Local 401 is proud to welcome workers at Calgary Quest Society as the newest members of the Local Union Categories Latest Labour News Women Owned label is Walmart s response to gender inequality Mon 2015 03 23 10 49 Toronto March 23 2015 Walmart is responding to allegations of gender pay inequality by introducing a new Woman Owned label to be applied to products from women owned companies in a marketing ploy that does nothing to address issues faced by female workers at the retail giant Categories Latest Labour News New webCampus course for April Mon 2015 03 23 10 25 Toronto March 23 2015 UFCW Canada s groundbreaking online education program webCampus is launching a new English language course for the month of April Categories Latest Labour News UFCW Canada BDM Scholarship Winner Maggie Hallows Sat 2015 03 21 05 53 Brownsville Ont March 21 2015 Maggie Hallows is one of eighteen UFCW Canada BDM Scholarship winners for 2014 Categories Latest Labour News Members at Dainty Foods ratify

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    Barbara Potter is the UWOSA representative on the President s Committee on the Safety of Women on Campus Following is a message from Barb for all UWOSA members Eligible groups on campus may apply to President s Council on the Safety of Women on Campus for a portion of the funds awarded to Western from MET which must be used for initiatives to continue improving the safety on campus for women students and workers through support for programs dealing with women s safety sexual harassment and violence against women This funding can continue current activities off shoots of these or new initiatives that ensure women s safety issues continue to be addressed in the future For the 2013 14 school year 50 814 was awarded to fund 9 projects that fit the criteria Please see the PCSWC website for more information on how to apply and eligibility http www uwo ca hr safety wellness women index html Categories Latest Labour News UFCW Canada marks Refugee Rights Day 2015 April 4 UFCW Canada Thu 2015 04 02 10 56 Toronto April 2 2015 In 1985 on April 4 the Supreme Court of Canada ruled that refugee claimants in Canada were fully protected under Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms including their right to legally challenge a denial of their refugee status by the government Categories Latest Labour News NBU responds to New Brunswick budget NUPGE Thu 2015 04 02 10 46 Concerns about privatization and cuts to public services follow budget Categories Latest Labour News Ontario s response to people with developmental disabilities a cruel hoax NUPGE Thu 2015 04 02 09 59 New direct funding Passport program for people with developmental disabilities is a clear privatization of services Categories Latest Labour News Seattle UFCW Local 21 Member Helps to Kick off Lead on Leave White House Tour UFCW Press Releases Thu 2015 04 02 08 01 Calls On Washington State Senate Federal Government to Enact Paid Leave Laws UFCW Local 21 member Ariana Davis with Secretary of Labor Tom Perez Seattle WA Today Ariana Davis a member of United Food and Commercial Workers UFCW Local 21 was featured at the kickoff event of the Lead on Leave Empowering Working Families Across America Tour hosted by Secretary of Labor Tom Perez The roundtable discussion was the first stop of a national tour by the White House to highlight the importance of enacting a paid leave law that will ensure all working and middle class families have the opportunity to deal with a sickness or spend time with their children and family members during times of illness or other critical life moments Ms Davis joined a diverse group of local employers workers and community groups to discuss the demands of family and the importance of enacting state and federal paid leave laws No one in America should have to choose between their health their family and their job said Davis On a bad week when we re sick we can t afford

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  • UFCW Press Releases | Canadian Association of Labour Media
    a lot about family values but this budget cruelly and needlessly hurts families and children It will make life harder for tens of millions of hard working American families all to serve an ideological agenda At a time of stagnant wages and rising income inequality the House Republican budget is more of the same cutting nutrition assistance health care job training and college aid all while giving another tax break to the wealthiest few Instead of further dividing this country Republican leaders and Congress must go back to the drawing board and pass a budget that invests in the future of working and middle class families Make no mistake we strongly oppose this proposal and urge the President to make clear he will veto it and any other extreme budget that hurts America s families Categories Latest Labour News UFCW President Marc Perrone Releases Statement on Kraft Heinz Merger Wed 2015 03 25 17 13 UFCW Local 538 members and Kraft workers Gloria Jenkins and Mark Grimes WASHINGTON D C Marc Perrone International President of the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union UFCW today released the following statement in response to the merger of Kraft and Heinz We have a profound responsibility to provide our hard working families the opportunity for a better life It is why we have a proud history of negotiating union contracts with both Heinz and Kraft that provides these incredible men and women better pay benefits and job security By working together we have not only met our responsibility to our people but have proved that that companies that choose to be responsible can be profitable and successful We will continue to work with Heinz and Kraft to ensure they do what is right and responsible and that streamlining and cost cutting measures don t hurt the workers their families who have helped make these companies a success The UFCW represents approximately 1500 workers at Heinz locations in Fremont Nebraska Holland Michigan Muscatine Iowa Massillon Ohio and Leamington Ontario Canada Approximately 1750 Kraft workers in Davenport Iowa Dover Delaware Coshocton Ohio and Walton New York are also UFCW members Categories Latest Labour News Massachusetts Vermont and New York Co op Workers Gather for First Ever Co op Worker Summit Tue 2015 03 24 10 22 Workers meet to discuss future of co ops and the food industry Charlemont Mass Dozens of co op workers from three states and representing six both worker and member owned co ops met Saturday at the first ever regional co op workers summit The event hosted by United Food and Commercial Workers UFCW Local 1459 was the first of its kind Co ops have a unique place in our economy said Dan Clifford President of Local 1459 They are businesses that have the higher purpose of serving the communities in which they operate As the co op movement grows sometimes the voice of co op workers get lost This summit was an important step to ensure those voices are heard and that co ops live up to their highest aspirations Workers from co ops in Western Massachusetts New York and Vermont gathered for panels on the future of the co op movement and their role in improving their workplaces their communities and the food we all eat They also heard from Frances Moore Lappé best selling author of Diet for a Small Planet who spoke about the important role that co ops and co op workers can have in building a more sustainable global economy It s critically important that the co op movement doesn t leave the workers voice behind said John Cevasco a grocery worker from Greenfield s Market in Greenfield Mass and a UFCW Local 1459 member We found our voice at Greenfield s by forming a union and I know our co op is stronger because of it Our communities need high quality local food and good family supporting jobs said Russell Ziemba a worker from the Honest Weight Food Co op in Albany N Y Co ops can play a critical role in meeting those needs if they listen to the voice of their workers That s why I m glad I had the opportunity to be here and learn from other co op workers in my region The co op workers also issued a series of collective recommendations to the regional and state food system plans re envisioning how the food system could serve the needs of citizens even better They hope by injecting the voice of ground level workers and co ops into the plan that they can make the plans both more ecologically and economically more sustainable Categories Latest Labour News Statement from UFCW International President Marc Perrone on News of Target Wage Increase Thu 2015 03 19 17 04 Every Retail Worker has the Right to a Decent Living a Reliable Schedule Quality Affordable Health Care and Respect on the Job WASHINGTON D C Marc Perrone International President of the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union UFCW today released the following statement about the news reports on Target s wage increase and the collective gains secured by workers in the retail industry A higher hourly wage for the hard working men and women in retail is a first step in the right direction For far too long our UFCW family and those outside our family who deserve a better life have been fighting for more than just higher wages We are fighting for good benefits a safe and just workplace and fair scheduling that allows all workers the hard earned right to support themselves and their family While the struggle against irresponsible companies continues I believe the momentum is growing Bad employers who put their bottom line before the people who work to make these companies succeed must change These families deserve better While steps forward are positive we will not stop our fight to raise standards provide more hours stable scheduling and good jobs for all of our family The United Food and Commercial Workers International Union UFCW represents more than 1 3 million workers primarily in the retail and meatpacking food processing and poultry industries The UFCW protects the rights of workers and strengthens America s middle class by fighting for health care reform living wages retirement security safe working conditions and the right to unionize so that working men and women and their families can realize the American Dream For more information about the UFCW s effort to protect workers rights and strengthen America s middle class visit www ufcw org or join our online community at www facebook com UFCWinternational and www twitter com ufcw Categories Latest Labour News UFCW President Perrone Statement on Adoption of Right to Work in Wisconsin Mon 2015 03 09 09 48 By standing against hard working families Governor Walker should be ashamed but we know he is not WASHINGTON D C Marc Perrone International President of the 1 3 million member United Food and Commercial Workers International Union UFCW today released the following statement in response to the adoption of right to work in Wisconsin Every elected leader has a sacred responsibility to stand up for America s hard working families and to help them achieve a better life Higher wages better benefits equal pay for equal work protection from discrimination and exploitation those are the rights that unions offer and which we fight for every single day These are the true rights that Governor Scott Walker wants to take away from the union men and women who work hard sacrifice and help make Wisconsin and America a better place The truth is by standing against hard working families Governor Scott Walker should be ashamed but we know he is not He has chosen to pursue a radical agenda that willingly ignores that this law will devastate countless workers and their families Make no mistake this law gives irresponsible corporations let alone politicians the right to exploit and mistreat countless men and women all across Wisconsin Let me be clear this fight is not over We will stand up and fight for the right to protect our hard working union family and the rights of countless families in Wisconsin and all across America who earn and deserve a better life Key Facts Value of Union Membership for Hard Working Men and Women Union workers vs non union workers earn higher wages receive better benefits and have more job security than non union workers Source Bureau of Labor Statistics Union Members 2014 January 2015 Table 2 Available at http www bls gov news release union2 nr0 htm Women are more likely to get equal pay for equal work by being a union member Source Bureau of Labor Statistics Union Members 2014 January 2015 Table 2 Available at http www bls gov news release union2 nr0 htm LGBT workers are less likely to be fired based on their sexual orientation or gender identity as a union member Source Frank Miriam Out in the Union A Labor History of Queer America Temple University Press 2014 Immigrant workers have far more protections as a union member Source Center for Economic and Policy Research Unions and Upward Mobility for Immigrant Workers Available at http www cepr net documents publications unions immigrants 2010 03 pdf The United Food and Commercial Workers International Union UFCW represents more than 1 3 million workers primarily in the retail and meatpacking food processing and poultry industries The UFCW protects the rights of workers and strengthens America s middle class by fighting for health care reform living wages retirement security safe working conditions and the right to unionize so that working men and women and their families can realize the American Dream For more information about the UFCW s effort to protect workers rights and strengthen America s middle class visit www ufcw org or join our online community at www facebook com UFCWinternational and www twitter com ufcw Categories Latest Labour News Local National Leaders Demand Justice for New York City Car Wash Workers Wed 2015 03 04 14 34 National and local labor leaders local elected and community leaders demonstrate and are arrested in support of Car Wash Accountability Act BROOKLYN NY Today in an act of civil disobedience top leaders of the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union UFCW as well as local elected and community leaders were arrested as part of a demonstration in support of the rights of car wash workers in New York City Those arrested included UFCW International President Marc Perrone and UFCW Executive Vice President Stuart Appelbaum UFCW International President Marc Perrone being arrested at the demonstration The action was led by striking immigrant workers at Vegas Auto Spa in Brooklyn and car wash workers from across New York City Elected officials and faith leaders also joined in support Demonstrators undertook a 10 block march through the Park Slope neighborhood of Brooklyn and blocked the streets outside Vegas Auto Spa These workers are not just hardworking men and women they are part of our family And like every family we will stand and fight for them They ve earned the right to be treated better and fairly We stand together to demand not only the better wages they are owed but the right that every worker has to be treated with dignity and respect on the job Perrone said This is about the right of low wage and immigrant workers across America to have their voices heard Workers at Vegas Auto Spa have been on strike since November shortly after they sued the car wash owner for hundreds of thousands of dollars in unpaid wages and damages The workers voted unanimously to join the Retail Wholesale and Department Store Union RWDSU an affiliate of the UFCW in January The owner has repeatedly refused to settle the dispute with workers and engaged in threats and retaliation Some workers report being paid less than the minimum wage and not receiving time and a half for overtime Others report working 70 to 90 hours a week The workers have gone to court alleging they are owed back wages and damages They have also filed complaints with Occupational Health and Safety Administration OSHA about unsafe working conditions and not receiving the proper safety equipment to deal with the toxic chemicals used to clean cars Vegas Auto Spa was the tenth New York City carwash where workers voted to join the RWDSU UFCW as part of the WASH New York campaign Demonstrators urged the New York City Council to pass the Car Wash Accountability Act legislation that would crack down on unlawful employers and bring transparency and accountability to an industry that has a history of mistreating its workers The United Food and Commercial Workers International Union UFCW represents more than 1 3 million workers primarily in the retail and meatpacking food processing and poultry industries The UFCW protects the rights of workers and strengthens America s middle class by fighting for health care reform living wages retirement security safe working conditions and the right to unionize so that working men and women and their families can realize the American Dream For more information about the UFCW s effort to protect workers rights and strengthen America s middle class visit www ufcw org or join our online community at www facebook com UFCWinternational and www twitter com ufcw Categories Latest Labour News UFCW International President Elected to AFL CIO Executive Council Executive Committee Mon 2015 02 23 16 42 WASHINGTON D C Marc Perrone International President of the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union UFCW today was elected to the AFL CIO Executive Council and Executive Committee He released the following statement I am honored and humbled to represent the 1 3 million members of the UFCW on the Executive Council and Executive Committee of the AFL CIO As a labor movement we have enormous challenges ahead of us Workers are counting on us to organize more members bargain good contracts and defeat the corporations and politicians who are trying to silence their voice I intend to play an active role in putting our movement in the best position to meet the needs of working families We have to be more strategic We have to communicate with our own members and non union workers better We have to become more diverse and immerse ourselves in the communities where our members live and work Working with President Trumka and my colleagues from all of the AFL CIO affiliates I believe we can build a labor movement that is bigger stronger and more ready than ever to truly serve working men and women Categories Latest Labour News Statement by UFCW International President Marc Perrone on Walmart s Wage Announcement Fri 2015 02 20 09 29 WASHINGTON D C Marc Perrone International President of the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union UFCW today released the following statement about Walmart s wage announcement Walmart s announcement yesterday that it will raise wages for 500 000 hourly associates is an important step forward for Walmart workers and their families This is not an act of corporate benevolence It would not have been possible without the courage of countless workers who are standing together taking risks and demanding wages and schedules that can support their families Walmart is responding directly to calls from workers and their allies to pay a living wage Because of a strong and organized movement that includes many UFCW members half a million Walmart workers will now get a raise Because workers spoke out 1 billion will now go directly into our economy instead of onto the Walton family s balance sheet Walmart should know that we will continue to stand with workers and the community to be more transparent about exactly how much the company pays each of its 1 4 million associates Today s announcement calls to question Walmart s long term inconsistencies about its wage claims even ten years ago it claimed workers were paid an average of 10 an hour High turnover leaves the vast majority of Walmart workers toiling at the lowest wage scales which will now pay at least 9 an hour We know that Walmart can and should do better Yesterday marks a victory for Walmart workers but more importantly a call to action for the UFCW and the entire labor movement The largest private employer in the nation is feeling the pressure to do better for its workers We must seize this opportunity and keep fighting until every single worker in retail stores supermarkets and beyond is paid a living wage The United Food and Commercial Workers International Union UFCW represents more than 1 3 million workers primarily in the retail and meatpacking food processing and poultry industries The UFCW protects the rights of workers and strengthens America s middle class by fighting for health care reform living wages retirement security safe working conditions and the right to unionize so that working men and women and their families can realize the American Dream For more information about the UFCW s effort to protect workers rights and strengthen America s middle class visit www ufcw org or join our online community at www facebook com UFCWinternational and www twitter com ufcw Categories Latest Labour News UFCW Intl President Marc Perrone on Safeway Albertsons Merger Fri 2015 01 30 16 28 WASHINGTON D C Marc Perrone International President of the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union UFCW today released the following statement in response to Safeway s merger with Albertsons More than 250 000 Safeway and Albertsons workers are members of the United Food and Commercial Workers Union UFCW UFCW members also work for several other Cerberus Capital Management operated supermarkets across the country including Albertsons Acme Jewel Osco and Shaw s UFCW members have a history of negotiating union contracts with Safeway Albertsons and Cerberus Capital Management Together in their union these workers have been able to ensure

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  • Ontario Nurses Association | Canadian Association of Labour Media
    of the province as the strike by approximately 3 000 CCAC Care Coordinators and Health Professionals enters its second full week The radio ads are airing as ONA hears horror stories from patients from across the province Categories Latest Labour News Media Release St Francis Memorial Hospital Cuts More Registered Nurses Tue 2015 02 10 00 00 Ontario Nurses Association ONA Provincial President Linda Haslam Stroud says that another cut to registered nurses at St Francis Memorial Hospital will be absolutely devastating to patient care and possibly the future of the hospital Categories Latest Labour News ONA News Reminder Have A Say In Your Union Deadline extended to Feb 20 Mon 2015 02 09 00 00 The deadline for ONA members to submit their responses to the 2014 Have A Say survey has been extended to Feb 20 Please get your survey in today Categories Latest Labour News Media Release Strike Update Home Care System Hospitals Experiencing Chaos as CCAC Strike Continues Contingency Plans Failing Patients Sun 2015 02 08 00 00 Ontario s home care system is descending into chaos as patient horror stories from across the province pile up As thousands of Community Care Access Centre health professionals continue to walk the picket lines in the second full week of the strike ONA is hearing firsthand of patient horror stories that call into question the assurances of CCAC CEOs that all is well Categories Latest Labour News Media Release Ontario Nurses Association says 14 Registered Nurses Cut from Sault Area Hospital will hurt quality patient care Wed 2015 01 21 00 00 The Ontario Nurses Association ONA says that quality patient care will suffer as Sault Area Hospital cuts 13 full time registered nurses and one part time RN Categories Latest Labour News ONA News Reminder Have A Say In Your Union Wed 2015 01 21 00 00 The January 31 deadline is fast approaching for ONA members to submit their responses to the 2014 Have A Say survey Categories Latest Labour News Media Release Attacks on Nurses at London Health Sciences Centre Explode in Frequency Tue 2015 01 20 00 00 The Ontario Nurses Association ONA is calling for immediate action from London Health Sciences Centre and the Ministry of Labour to stop the serious escalation of violent attacks on nurses Categories Latest Labour News Media Release Mediation Fails for 10 Ontario Community Care Access Centres Tue 2015 01 20 00 00 The Ontario Nurses Association ONA and the 10 Community Care Access Centres CCACs where ONA holds bargaining rights have reached a stalemate after three days of mediation with a provincially appointed conciliator Categories Latest Labour News Media Release Community Care Access Centre Care Coordinators May Be Forced to Strike Fri 2015 01 16 00 00 Ontarians in 10 communities may find barriers to access to home care and admission to long term care homes later this month as the province s care coordinators including Registered Nurses and Health Team members at 10 Community Care Access

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    www ona org Updated 6 min 21 sec ago ONA News 2014 ONA Biennial Convention Read the President s Report Mon 2014 12 15 00 00 The Ontario Nurses Association s 2014 Biennial Convention took place from Monday November 17 to Friday November 21 Categories Latest Labour News Pages first previous 1 2 3 Media Training Conference CALM Newletter Facebook User login Username Password Request new password CALM on Twitter

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  • Ontario Nurses Association | Canadian Association of Labour Media
    and Safety Caucus Taking Action Against Violence Categories Latest Labour News Media Release 3 000 CCAC Registered Nurses and Allied Health Care Professionals finally shown respect as Arbitration decision released Mon 2015 03 30 00 00 Arbitrator William Kaplan has released an arbitration decision for more than 3 000 Community Care Access Centre CCAC registered nurses RNs and health professionals Categories Latest Labour News ONA News CCAC Award Released Mon 2015 03 30 00 00 The CCAC Award has been released and CCAC members have won their battle to achieve the same percentage wage increases as their peers in the hospitals homes for the aged nursing homes and many other ONA bargaining units Categories Latest Labour News ONA News Read highlights and action items from the March 2015 PCM Tue 2015 03 24 00 00 Read the March 2015 highlights and action plan from the Provincial Coordinators Meeting Categories Latest Labour News Media Release Brockville Registered Nurses Say Looming Job Cuts will Impact Patient Care Tue 2015 03 24 00 00 Registered Nurses RNs at Brockville General Hospital say they are increasingly concerned about the fate of patient care and services as the possibility of RN cuts looms Categories Latest Labour News Media Release Strike Averted as Registered Nurses Ratify Agreement with the Peterborough County City Health Unit Fri 2015 03 13 00 00 Public Health Nurses PHNs and Registered Nurses RNs at the Peterborough County City Health Unit have ratified an agreement with their employer averting a possible strike and disruption of public health services in the Peterborough community Categories Latest Labour News ONA News Ebola Virus Disease Information Mon 2015 03 09 00 00 Information related to Ebola Virus Disease is found below including directives for health care workers Joint Health and Safety Committee information external links and much more Categories Latest Labour News Media Release Peterborough County City Health Unit Nurses Head to Mediation Legal Strike Deadline Looms Mon 2015 03 09 00 00 Public Health nurses and registered nurses at the Peterborough County City Health Unit will be in mediation talks tomorrow in an effort to avert a strike Categories Latest Labour News ONA News CCAC Update Interest Arbitration Hearing Complete Fri 2015 03 06 00 00 On March 5 the Ontario Nurses Association presented at the CCAC Interest Arbitration hearing to Arbitrator Mr William Kaplan as did your employers The hearing is now complete Categories Latest Labour News Media Release Registered Nurse Cuts will Harm Patient Care Quinte Health Care cuts dozens of RNs Wed 2015 03 04 00 00 The Ontario Nurses Association ONA is warning residents that dozens of registered nurse RN cuts at Quinte Health Care will result in less safe patient care Categories Latest Labour News ONA News Celebrate Nursing Week May 11 17 2015 Tue 2015 03 03 00 00 Nursing Week is a time to acknowledge and celebrate the dedication achievements and successes of nurses across Ontario This year Nursing Week runs from May 11 to 17 Begin your

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  • CUPE | Canadian Association of Labour Media
    2015 04 01 18 18 Categories Latest Labour News Controlling Infectious Agents in the Workplace Wed 2015 04 01 18 18 Categories Latest Labour News Breathing Easy Ventilation in the Workplace Wed 2015 04 01 18 18 Categories Latest Labour News Modified Work Programs A Discussion Paper Wed 2015 04 01 18 18 Categories Latest Labour News Asking the right questions A guide for municipalities considering P3s Wed 2015 04 01 18 18 Categories Latest Labour News Vote Medicare English only Wed 2015 04 01 18 18 Categories Latest Labour News Stop Contracting Out 2½ quot round Arrêtons la sous traitance Wed 2015 04 01 18 18 Categories Latest Labour News Respect bilingual Wed 2015 04 01 18 18 Categories Latest Labour News Public child care builds communities English only Wed 2015 04 01 18 18 Categories Latest Labour News Media Training Conference CALM Newletter Tutorials Presentations given at the CALM Media Training Conference in Toronto Workshops included help I need to design my website being a spokesperson and how to get the media to cover your issue Facebook User login Username Password Request new password CALM on Twitter Tweets by CanLabourMedia Most Liked Study reveals secret Canadian bank bailout

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  • SEIU Press Releases | Canadian Association of Labour Media
    osullivan seiu org Categories Latest Labour News Wisconsin anti worker bill hurts families state s economy Gov Walker shouldn t sign Wed 2015 02 25 23 01 This ongoing attack has thrown our economy out of balance and families in Wisconsin and across the nation are the ones paying the price Dan O Sullivan dan osullivan seiu org 202 730 7071 Categories Latest Labour News SEIU Immigrant Families Have Justice History On Their Side Tue 2015 02 17 11 17 Immigrant families remain on a path to justice This TX judge and his right wing backers can t bend the law to their personal will The law is on the side of the president who has broad authority to determine immigration enforcement policy Beatriz Lopez beatriz lopez seiu org 202 412 7396 Categories Latest Labour News Saenz to GOP Get it Right We Aren t the Enemy Tue 2015 02 03 15 27 Following in the footsteps of out of touch House Republicans the Senate GOP plays the Groundhog Day game of terrible decisions that undermine both our national security and families Beatriz Lopez beatriz lopez seiu org 202 412 7396 Categories Latest Labour News SEIU s Henry President s Budget Would Ensure Working Families Benefit as Economy Recovers Mon 2015 02 02 16 39 This budget frames the choice we have right now in America We can invest in the future to reward work raise incomes and foster shared prosperity or go back to the past to the stale ideas embedded in the Republican budgets trickle down economics that rig the game for the wealthy Beau Boughamer beau boughamer seiu org 202 765 9143 Categories Latest Labour News King v Burwell Nurses Doctors and Working People Tell U S Supreme Court Millions of Americans Counting on Tax Credits for More Affordable Healthcare Premiums Wed 2015 01 28 10 13 The court will hear oral arguments in the case March 4 and SEIU nurses doctors and healthcare workers will be there to share their stories of how the law is improving the health of their patients Meghan Finegan seiu org c 617 283 8597 Karen Backus seiu org c 404 229 7592 Categories Latest Labour News SEIU s Henry Struggling Low Wage Workers Welcome President Obama s Plan to Expand Quality Child Care Thu 2015 01 22 12 39 The administration s actions backed by the actions of workers themselves offer a new day of hope for working families Beau Boughamer beau boughamer seiu org 202 765 9143 Categories Latest Labour News President s Address Urges Nation Forward for All Families Tue 2015 01 20 22 16 Tonight we applaud the president s agenda and vision that at the core strives to strengthen all working families across the country Beatriz Lopez beatriz lopez seiu org 202 412 7396 Categories Latest Labour News SEIU s Henry President s State of the Union Address Proposes Life Changing Investments in America s Working Families Tue 2015 01 20 22 11 Tonight we heard

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