Sparwood Food Bank Raises Funds and Food
USW Humanity Fund food bank donations include a $2,000 contribution to the Sparwood Food Bank.
Six Packs of Solidarity for Crown Holdings Strikers
This holiday season, members of USW local 9176 are asking beer drinkers to bring home a cold case of solidarity in bottles, not aluminum cans.
Steelworkers Humanity Fund Contributes $20,000 to Rana Plaza Families
Steelworkers call on retailers and clothing brands to fulfill their obligations to victims and families.
USW District 3 Conference - April 15 - 17 2015, Edmonton, AB
The United Steelworkers District 3 will be holding their conference on April 15 - 17, 2015, in Edmonton, Alberta.
USW Welcomes Napoleón Gómez to Pittsburgh
President and General Secretary of the National Union of Mine, Metal and Steelworkers of Mexico (Los Mineros), visited Pittsburgh last week, his first visit to the United States since 2006, when he was forced into exile in Canada.
Day of Action Urges Bottles, Not Cans
Supporters of USW 9176 fighting for fairness at Crown asked beer drinkers to buy bottles, not cans during a Day of Action across Ontario.
New Contracts for 900 Steelworkers at Canadian Nuclear Laboratories
Nearly 900 USW members have ratified new collective agreements with Canadian Nuclear Laboratories Limited, formerly AECL.
Northumberland Labour Council Lobby for Health Care
Northumberland Labour Council lobbies for health care.
Let's Put Breast Cancer Out Of Work!
Many breast cancers are preventable. Over 200 chemicals have been found to elevate risk. Night work is also a known contributor. Yet current regulations fail to provide adequate protection. Find out how to reduce your risk.
Chances Campbell River - Locked Out Employees
USW, Local 1-1937 and its Members employed at Chances Campbell River would like to thank all those that support us by not playing at the Playtime Community Gaming facilities. The employees of Chances Campbell River have been locked out by their employer,
World AIDS Day: Ken Neumann Statement
Steelworkers join the global labour movement in calling on governments worldwide to demonstrate meaningful commitments to ending the AIDS epidemic by 2030.
Boycott Beer in Cans: Quebec Steelworkers
Ken Neumann Statement on 25th Anniversary of December 6
On the 25th anniversary of the Montreal massacre, violence is still too present in the lives of Canada's women and girls.
Domestic Violence Follows Many Women to Work
Domestic violence results in poor job performance and even job loss, according to Canada's first national survey on the impact of domestic violence in the workplace.
Fairness Works TV Ad - Fall 2014
The labour movement is committed to improving the lives of workers and has been for over 100 years.
Unions, First Nations Seek 'Whistleblower' Protection During Mount Polley Dam Collapse Probes
Unions representing government inspectors and engineers and Mount Polley mine workers, supported by First Nations, called on the B.C. government Wednesday to provide "whistleblower" protection.
USW Teck Chain Locals Conclude Successful Strategic Meeting
Trail, B.C. - The United Steelworkers "Teck Chain" has concluded two days of successful and productive meetings in Trail, B.C. where local unions came together to discuss a number of issues important to Steelworkers who are employed by Teck Resources.
USW Speaks Out Against Human Rights Violations in Mexico
The USW along with other community and labour groups demand answers and accountability from the Mexican government
German Metalworkers Union Protests against Crown
IG Metall, the German Metal Workers Union, protested against the union busting by Crown in Toronto at a trade show in Nuremberg, Germany.
Families of Sawmill Blast Victims Denied Publicly Funded Lawyer for Inquest
Families of four men killed in sawmill blasts in northern B.C. say they cannot fully participate in a coroner's inquest after the provincial government rejected an appeal to allow them legal representation.