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Union movement continues to work toward positive ...
By Stephanie Smith This spring, I had the honour of being elected to lead B.C.’s most diverse union. The more than 67,000 women and men of the B.C. Government and Service Employees’ Union work in...
Read more at Nanaimo News Bulletin
How Ontario premier rejected union leader’s offer...
The leader of one of Ontario’s largest public sector unions has been quietly pressing the government to turn over ownership of its liquor monopoly to his members’ pension plan – an idea that earned...
Read more at The Globe and Mail
Coakley confident in strong campaign in gubernato...
With less than two weeks before the Sept. 9 Democratic primary, the most recognizable figure in the race says she hasn't taken anything for granted this time around. "I said no one's going to work...
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Worcester Telegram & Gazette
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Fairness Express rolls into Prince Rupert
A grassroots campaign says a small percentage of the population holding a majority of the country's wealth will be detrimental to Canadian communities. The All Together Now Fairness Express National...
Read more at The Northern View
Tentative deal for Ontario college support staff
Union says new deal contains wage increases and no concessions Some 8,000 support staff at Ontario’s 24 community colleges, including about 360 at Mohawk College, will vote next month on a new...
Read more at Hamilton News
Wichita school district, service workers reach te...
A tentative contract agreement between the Wichita school district and its service workers includes a 2 percent salary increase and raises for additional education, licenses or certificates, district...
Read more at The Wichita Eagle
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Guards get tough on abusive inmates
Instead of treating so-called minor assaults internally, officers are being encouraged by their union to make complaints to police that could end up in longer sentences for inmates. “If it is a crime...
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Chatham Daily News
City of St. Petersburg employees to get free bus ...
Starting Friday, 3,500 City of St. Petersburg employees can ride any PSTA bus or trolley anywhere, anytime for no charge. Their fares are prepaid by the city, which also subsidizes 50 employees'...
Read more at FOX 13 Tampa Bay
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