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Canadian Union of Public Employees

In many ways the Canadian Union of Public Employees is a much different union than it was 50 years ago, as evident from the
Passengers on the chic Toronto-based airline Porter will still be able to fly if the company's refueling staff go on strike
On any battleground, common wisdom has long held that defeating an adversary often owes a great deal to one’s ability to
Net zero would be a powerful model to bring to the municipal bargaining table. Unfortunately, with our current city hall dynamic, it's going to take serious political will and taxpayer support. Failure to do so will mean even more property tax dollars pulled from your pocket in 2012 and beyond.
UPDATE IV: CUPE has confirmed that flight attendants will not be going on strike tonight. According to the union, the Canadian
The post-recession world has not been kind to organized labour. With corporations and governments under pressure to cut costs
Air Canada has cleared a crucial hurdle in its bid to launch a discount leisure airline, winning the support of the union