Tuesday, January 7, 2014

Labour Issues of the North Coast/NorthWest

Our Archive of items on Labour issues on the North Coast and in the Northwest


October 16-- NWCC faculty workers ratify contract with College and BC Government NCR

September 1-- Picketing UP, where they left OFF! (Archive of items on Teachers' dispute) NCR

June 27-- Cullen: Northwest businesses worried about temporary foreign worker cutbacks

May 20-- Provincial Teachers' Dispute Background (Archive of items on Teachers' dispute)
May 8-- RCMP launch Spring recruiting drive in Northwest  NCR

March 24-- NDP MP seeks public support to stop Canada Post cuts  NCR
March 24-- One more time to the bargaining table for CN, Teamsters Rail Canada NCR
March 24-- BCTF takes its contract message to the public  NCR

February 12-- Prince Rupert Port Authority offers 15 summer positions for post secondary students  NCR
February 5-- Teamsters Rail Conference issues strike notice to CN, potential strike action by Saturday  NCR
February 3-- Labour rumblings could derail CN traffic to Prince Rupert  NCR

January 29-- BCTF finds success in the courts, but BC Government considering appeal  NCR
January 29-- Mr. Cullen puts his stamp on the debate to keep Postal Services at current levels  NCR
January 22-- The unemployed are responding to being called lazy (audio)
January 16-- Postal Cuts protests take shape  NCR
January 16-- Hawkair debuts Women in Leadership Executive Development program  NCR
January 15-- PPWC loses in labour spat with IUOE at Northern Health's Prince Rupert Hospital NCR
January 15-- Prince George Postal Workers rally against cuts
January 14-- Are they unemployed or unemployable?
January 14-- Regional unemployment goes up as 2013 comes to an end
January 13-- Unifor to host Prince George meeting in February
January 10-- Northwest BC workforce declines
January 8-- Decision reached in college arbitration
January 7-- Arbitrator rules in favour of faculty at NWCC campus locations  NCR

Archive of items from 2013 and 2012 can be found here

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