The head of the workers’ union in Erie called the move “union busting,” while a GE executive said work has to be put at its most competitive location
The airport authority warned that the “labour disruption may affect some flights” and advises travellers to check their flight status after 95 per cent of the 700 workers represented by the Teamsters union rejected the latest offer
NAFTA’s labour mobility provisions look to be a hot-button topic, as the U.S. has repeatedly pressed its anti-immigration, protectionist, “Buy American, Hire American'” agenda
Founded in 1899, CCM is headquartered in Montreal with manufacturing plants in St-Hyacinthe and St-Jean-sur-Richelieu, and employs approximately 580 people in total, including 500 in Canada
The Somass sawmill, which has been in limbo since February, has fallen victim to what the company called uncertainty caused by duties recently applied to softwood lumber products from the U.S.
Baggage handlers, cargo crew and cabin cleaners at Pearson International Airport can walk off the job tomorrow night, potentially affecting up to 30 different airlines
The grocery chain operator says minimum wage increases in Ontario and Alberta and health care reform in Quebec will cost almost $200 million in 2018
The planned liquefied natural gas export facility near Prince Rupert, B.C., got regulatory approval last fall, but Petronas and its partners have decided not to move forward. They blamed depressed LNG prices and shifts in the energy industry
The tentative agreement covers 900 workers at the mining giant’s aluminum smelter in northern B.C.
The industry association says the proposed TPP and CETA can be held up as examples to modernize NAFTA, but also that solutions which address the unique relationship between Canada, the U.S. and Mexico are necessary