Affordable Childcare - the NDP Commitment

Parents have waited too long for affordable childcare. New Democrats are ready to make it happen. Add your name in support.

· Today in Philly Labor

USW Members Seeking Support in Philadelphia on Dec. 4

Members of USW Local 9176 on the radio with Today In Philly Labor talk show host and President of the Philadelphia AFL-CIO Council Pat Eiding.

· Personal Health News

Learning From The Past: Reflecting On The Radon Tragedy In Elliot Lake

The Elliot Lake tragedy ultimately compelled the United Steelworkers union to go on strike in 1974. The result led to the appointment of the Ham Commission, which helped pass one of the most significant pieces of worker health and safety legislation in On


Telecommunication Union to Merge with Steelworkers

"This merger will help us improve the working lives of our members," said TWU President Lee Riggs. "

· Media release

Steelworkers Humanity Fund Contributes $154,000 to 71 Food Banks Across Canada

"We need a national anti-poverty strategy. Steelworkers support the Dignity for All campaign urging the federal government to take action." - Ken Neumann

District 6 Strike Appeal Fund

Several employers are continuing to take advantage of working people. Employers know that they have the full support of federal and provincial governments in advancing their corporate agenda of driving down our standard of living in exchange for profit.

· Media release

Steelworkers Overwhelmingly Ratify Three-Year Contract with Goldcorp

USW Local 7580 contract includes six-per-cent wage increases, $1,500 signing bonus and significant improvements in pensions, benefits and contract language.

United Steelworkers endorse Amber Hockin and Aaron Ekman for leadership of BC Federation of Labour

Burnaby, BC--The United Steelworkers are proud to announce their support for Amber Hockin and Aaron Ekman for the leadership of the BC Federation of Labour, says Stephen Hunt, USW Director for Western Canada.

· Global News 16x9

Deadly Mills

What happened at two B.C. sawmills that left four people dead and dozens injured? Workers, grieving families and the USW tell their stories in this in-depth report from Global TV's news magazine program 16x9.

· The Tyee

In Wake of Mount Polley, USW Wants New Safety Regime

After the near slaughter of workers by the Mount Polley disaster, the USW is warning about worker safety in B.C.'s mining industry.

· Media Release

Steelworkers Reach Tentative Deal with Victoria University

The United Steelworkers (USW) and Victoria University have reached a tentative agreement on a new, three-year contract for administrative, technical, housekeeping, food services and maintenance employees.


Stop CETA! Secret Canadian Trade Deal Paves Way for TTIP

USW and Unite help expose dangerous implications of Canada-EU trade deal.

· Action Alert

STOP Precarious Work!

On October 7, help make our collective voice heard. Join the campaign to defend good jobs and stop a global trend that exploits workers.

· media advisory

For Some at Queen's, No Pay Equity Since 1991

Denied pay equity for more than two decades, a frustrated group of Queen's University employees is demanding an end to the blatant unfairness.

UBCM Overwhelmingly Endorses Steelworkers Campaign to Enforce

Burnaby, B.C. - Local Government elected officials from British Columbia have voted overwhelmingly to add their support to the United Steelworkers' campaign to "Stop the Killing, Enforce the Law."

· Media release

Steelworkers at University of Guelph Ratify New Contract

USW Local 4120 members at University of Guelph ratify new deal including plan to ensure pension sustainability.

Steelworkers Humanity Fund Contributes $23,000 for South Sudan Refugees

The Steelworkers Humanity Fund is contributing $23,000 to Oxfam Canada to support their emergency relief work in South Sudanese refugee camps in Ethiopia.

Ken Neumann Statement on Missing and Murdered Aboriginal Women and Girls

Statement from USW National Director Ken Neumann on Missing and Murdered Aboriginal Women and Girls

· Media release

Alexandria Moulding Employees Join Steelworkers

Employees of Canada's largest wood moulding manufacturer have joined the United Steelworkers.

Steelworkers join global day of action to raise minimum wage in Cambodia

Steelworker's National Director Ken Neumann joins in September 17, 2014 global day of action to raise the minimum wage in Cambodia to $177 per month, writing a letter to the Government of Cambodia.