Publisac File: Mayor Plante Puts Hundreds of Jobs at Risk

Mayor Plante is washing her hands of the negative consequences of her decision since no measures have been announced to help those who could lose their jobs.

Important Wage Increases at GT Express

GT Express becomes an industry leader in terms of working conditions in a context of labour shortage...

Teamsters Canada Welcomes Federal Budget 2022

Teamsters Canada welcomes today’s Federal Budget 2022, which includes strong measures for improved welfare of workers and families through accessible housing and affordable dental care, significant investments in training and job creation, and an important recognition of labour’s role in the economy.

Teamsters 362 Relaunches Steps to Organize Employees at Amazon

Teamsters 362 Relaunches Steps to Organize Employees at Edmonton-Area Amazon Fulfillment Centre

Teamsters Local Union 855 Ratifies Collective Agreements with PAL Airlines

Teamsters Local Union 855 announces the ratification of two collective agreements with PAL Airlines, representing the Airlines’ Customer Service Agents, as well as the Ground, Cargo and Commissary personnel respectively.

Teamsters Union reaction to the Transportation Safety Board report on the Field derailment

Teamsters Canada Rail Conference lost 3 brothers, Dylan Paradis, Andrew Dockrell and Daniel Waldenberger-Bulmer in the February 4, 2019, Field Hill derailment, in British Columbia. This disaster has drastically changed the lives of the families, friends and co-workers along with our organization forever. 

UPDATE # 6 – Purolator Negotiations

Negotiations with your employer resumed last week with the Federal Conciliation Officer in attendance. We, however, regret to inform you that, as of Wednesday afternoon March 23rd, these talks broke down and concluded.

The Teamsters Launch a General Strike at Molson’s South Shore Brewery

Some 420 workers at the Molson-Coors brewing plant on Montreal’s South Shore are currently on strike.

Groupe Guilbault’s Professional Drivers Significantly Improve their Working Conditions

Around 300 professional drivers of Groupe Guilbault ratified a new collective agreement last weekend. Eighty percent of theLocal 106 and 1999 members participating in union meetings in Gatineau, Boucherville, Quebec City and Chicoutimi voted to accept attractivemanagement offers.

Work Stoppage at Canadian Pacific is Over

The Teamsters Canada Rail Conference (TCRC) and Canadian Pacific (CP) have agreed to final and binding arbitration. In such a process, both parties agree to accept the arbitrator's decision as final.