Some 18 workers from CAA stores in Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge, Guelph and London have been on strike since October 29.
Brother Stan Hennessy, Joint Council 36 President and International Vice President and I continue to monitor the situation closely. My thoughts, and those of all our members, officers and business agents across the country, are with you all.
After nine hard weeks on the picket line, our Sisters and Brothers at Beachcomber Hot Tubs ratified their best contract in history by 93% in favour...
The workers of Autobus Rive-Sud, Division Sainte-Julie, has reached a tentative agreement with their employer last Monday. These school bus drivers are affiliated with Teamsters Local Union 106.
Nestle ice cream factory hosted its groundbreaking day for the new expansion to the current plant in London, Ontario.
Between 1,500 and 2,000 students at the Centre de services scolaires des Patriotes could be deprived of school transportation if a labour dispute is called. Several elementary and high schools would be affected, including du Moulin, Des Quatre-Vents, Arc-en-Ciel, Saint-Paul, Trinity and Durocher.
The Teamsters welcome the federal government's announcement that it is adjusting the pandemic support programs for workers. During the press conference with Prime Minister Trudeau and Deputy Prime Minister Freeland, we learned that the program will be extended to workers who are still suffering the full impact of the pandemic, particularly in the hotel and restaurant sector.