Wood Council Sends Solidarity to USW Local 816's Picket Line for the Holidays
USW Cares: USW Local 5917 Hosts 'Kids of Steel' Christmas
Lynn Williams Award 2016
It is with pride that the Canadian SOAR executive voted to award the 2016 Lynn Williams Award for Service to Lena Sutton President of SOAR chapter 10, in Hamilton Ontario.
Steelworkers Reach Settlement on Human Rights Complaint in Fernie
The United Steelworkers (USW) has reached a settlement with the TDL Group Corp. and one of its former franchisees, 658380 B.C. Ltd., in Fernie, British Columbia.
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Releases / Advisories
Steelworkers Reach Agreements With Two Renfrew County Employers
New settlements for workers at two Renfrew County employers will mean a more secure future in 2017.
New Contract for Health Care Workers at Valley Manor Long-Term Care Facility
Agreement improves stability and guarantees wages and working conditions through 2019 for members of the United Steelworkers union.
CETA is Not a Model for a Progressive Trade System
Workers Uniting: our current trade agreements, including CETA, do not present any kind of model for trade that will protect workers and the environment.
SOAR in Action - Fall 2016
In this edition: From the President's Desk: "Experience Matters" | Where the candidates stand... | Labour Day 2016 | B.C. Seniors Advocate Review Quality of Health Care Facilities | Chapter 3-19 Update | Improving Canada's Pension Plan
Bill 70: ‘Building Up’ Everyone but Ontario’s Working People
Responding to the Ontario government’s stealth attack on worker health and safety.
USW Submission to the Standing Committee on International Trade Regarding CETA
Submission to the Standing Committee on International Trade Re: Concerns regarding Bill C-30, An act to implement the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement between Canada and the European Union.
USW@Work – November 2016
This issue features articles on renewal after the Fort McMurray wildfire, a call for a national manufacturing strategy, USW bargaining successes, our national initiative to end violence against women, the momentum for a $15 minimum wage and more.
National Director's Update – October 2016
In this issue: Trudeau Ignoring Steel Crisis • CPP a Modest First Step • Come Home Safe • USW Anti-Violence Initiative, more...
USW Softwood Lumber Brief
The United Steelworkers (USW) represents more than 280,000 Canadian members, 40,000 of whom work in the forest industry. Forest Products Matter – Our Voice, Our Solutions for Workers, Communities & Industry Stability.
USW-CSPA Open Letter to the Prime Minister on Global Overcapacity in the Steel Sector
United Steelworkers and Canadian Steel Producers Association jointly call for urgent action from Canadian government to address steel crisis.
USW Response to Final Report of Ontario's Gender Wage Gap Strategy Steering Committee
USW welcomes the strong emphasis on accessible child care, but is concerned about the absence of recommendations that could have substantial short-term and long-term benefits.