Wednesday, January 3, 2018

Labour Issues of the North Coast / Northwest for 2018

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

For employment notes with the City of Prince Rupert see our local archive page here.



December 20 -- Prince Rupert's Federal workers take their Phoenix Pay concerns to the kitchen  NCR


November 9 -- Picket lines go up around Canada Post building as Prince Rupert takes its spot in rotating strikes  NCR
November 9 -- MP Nathan Cullen takes the Ridley Terminal Sale issue to Question Period  NCR


October 6 -- Terrace receives plaque honouring 1981 teachers' strike
October 4 -- Plaque in honour of Terrace Teachers' Strike to be raised tomorrow
October 4 -- BC labour force ready to fill LNG jobs, according to Building Trades Council
October 3 -- Steelworkers union issues strike notice affecting 1,500 mill workers in northern BC


September 28 -- Plaque honouring Terrace District Teachers' Association to be raised next week
September 25 -- Nine months on, two sides still talking as part of BC port negotiations  NCR


July 5 -- No word yet on status of port workers contract negotiations  NCR


May 16 -- Hiring pressures and employee retention the focus of study presented to City Council NCR


April 4 -- Border Services Agents and Federal Government reach contract agreement  NCR


January 24 -- ILWU and Marine Employers set to head to the bargaining table  NCR
January 18 -- Canadian Labour split will reach Prince Rupert  NCR
January 16 -- Lax Kw'alaams longshore applications now available through Lax Kw'alaams Business Development office  NCR
January 10 -- UFAWU identifies range of problems to be addressed for British Columbia Fishery  NCR

Archive of items from 2017 can be found here
Archive of items from 2016 can be found here
Archive of items from 2015 can be found here
Archive of items from 2014 can be found here
Archive of items from 2013 and 2012 can be found here

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