Lethbridge Starbucks workers get organized

Lethbridge Starbucks workers get organized

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June 18 2022

Why Lethbridge Starbucks Workers
Want to Unionize

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Five Starbucks stores in Lethbridge, Alberta have applied to the provincial labour board for a union certification vote. Rankandfile.ca teamed up with The Alberta Worker to speak with the workers about why they are unionizing.

Hamilton unions attack National Steel Car’s
bloody record

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On June 6, 51-year-old welder Quoc Le was crushed to death on the job at National Steel Car in Hamilton. Le’s death is the third in 21 months at NSC. Lee Gilchrist reports on Hamilton labour’s response and digs into NSC’s abysmal health and safety industry.

The Nine-Hour Movement:
How Civil Disobedience Made Unions Legal

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150 years: On June 14 1872, the Trade Unions Act became law, officially recognizing unions as legal organizations in Canada. The legislation came on the heels of a militant law-breaking workers’ movement that organized major strikes to secure the 9-hour day.

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