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Jun 29, 2015
Agreement will recognize training throughout region

Jun 26, 2015
Deals will be sent for ratification on June 28

Jun 25, 2015
Difference particularly stark in Ontario

Jun 24, 2015
Bill 1 to ban donations retroactively to June 15

Jun 24, 2015
58 employees to become union members after vote

Jun 23, 2015
Canadian Industrial Relations Board to conduct vote

Jun 22, 2015
Bill C-377 would force unions to publicly disclose spending
Global Labour News
Jun 29, 2015
Pay, pensions remain key issues

Jun 25, 2015
Agreement includes 1 per cent wage increase

Jun 25, 2015
Nearly 100 Uber drivers have been attacked in recent weeks

Jun 23, 2015
Employees protest restructuring, job loss

Jun 18, 2015
Negotiations scheduled for June 24

Jun 17, 2015
Ride-share service claimed drivers are contractors
Current Issue
CURRENT ISSUE: Jun 29, 2015
PIPSC's unconventional proposal includes protection from political interference

Temporary workers not protected from harassment, termination

Agreement did not deprive probationary worker from grievance process

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Mitigation: How to Keep the Damage to a Minimum

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