Lewenza also said he won’t run for Unifor top job. Unifor will represent more than 300,000 workers primarily in manufacturing, communications and transportation.
Union believes it is necessary to transition away from fossil energies, invest in green energies
Companies aggressively cutting wages and the Harper Government’s willingness to intervene will continue to squeeze Canada’s labour pool.
Organization handed down ruling against FIT confidentially to Canada, Japan and EU Nov. 16
Three-day event will see approval of union’s constitution, name and logo, elect its first leaders
Made-in-Ontario requirements for renewable energy providers helps create thousands of jobs
Defend Our Coast mass sit-in staged for Oct. 22