However, union organizers get broader access to organize officers while waiting for related Supreme Court ruling this fall.
Anti-scab legislation has worked for decades in Quebec and B.C. and the time is right for such a law in Ontario, says NDP MPP France Gélinas.
OPSEU says a two-year freeze would cost many members nearly $2,000 annually in lost purchasing power.
Quebecor operating le Journal de Montreal with electronic strikebreakers 20 months after locking out workers.
Public invited to join march from Leamington to Windsor to help 'Break the chains of indentureship' for migrant farm workers in Canada.
SEIU case sets precedent for long queue of similar cases pending across Ontario.
Employees fighting freeze say money saved in wages would be scooped up by long-term care executives and private shareholders.
Three-month strike drew support from across the United States and Canada and from global unions and labour federations.
Deaths of two Jamaican workers at Ontario orchard under investigation.
It’s time for Canada to put into practice our international commitments to labour rights.