The United Auto Workers (UAW) have made big gains in their industrial campaign against the big car manufacturers in the United States, which will ripple through the US labour movement, reports Malik Miah.
The Global Ecosocialist Network brought together labour and climate justice activists from Africa, Asia, the United States and Europe, in June, to discuss how to build stronger links, reports Susan Price.
US President Joe Biden and former president Donald Trump addressed autoworkers in Michigan this week, as their "stand up" strike at the "Big Three" car manufacturers escalated, reports Malik Miah.
While the United Auto Workers (UAW) "Stand Up Strike" in the US has received global attention, in Canada, unionists ratified a three-year deal with Ford on September 24 — the first target in their pattern bargaining with the Big Three, reports Jeff Shantz.
A snap action drew more than 30 people to Gowrie Station to push for the duplication of the Upfield Line which becomes a single track north of Fawkner. Jordan AK reports.
Canadian dockworkers in British Columbia voted on August 3‒4 to accept a new tentative agreement with employers, reports Jeff Shantz.
Rank-and-file members of the International Longshore and Warehouse Union Canada (ILWU) in British Columbia have voted down an employment agreement foisted on them by a government mediator, reports Jeff Shantz.
Dockworkers ended their strike in British Columbia, following a controversial ruling by the Canadian Industrial Relations Board to declare their strike illegal, reports Jeff Shantz.
The picket lines are back up and dock workers in ports along the coast of British Columbia are again on strike after rejecting a deal mediated by the federal government, reports Jeff Shantz.
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The strike by nearly 7500 dock workers in British Columbia may have come to an end after nearly two weeks, as the union and shipping bosses announced a tentative agreement, reports Jeff Shantz.
More than 10 days into the mass strike by Canadian dockworkers in British Columbia, dockworkers on the West Coast of the United States declared their refusal to handle containers rerouted from the struck Port of Vancouver, reports Jeff Shantz.
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