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Solidarity with CULR!

Staff of the Canadian Labour Congress represented by the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers Local Lodge 3111 Canadian Union of Labour Representatives went on strike on October 15. 

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Agreements Reached at Three Vancouver Hotels

On October 15 UNITE HERE! Local 40 announced that tentative agreements had been reached at the Hyatt Regency Vancouver, Westin Bayshore, Pinnacle Hotel Harbourfront.

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Solidarity with IBEW 213 at Ledcor LTS

Members of IBEW Local 213 at Ledcor LTS are on strike for a first collective agreement. The worker at Ledcor LTS joined IBEW after experiencing regular cuts in pay, extended work hours, required unpaid work, unjust termination, and general poor working conditions. 

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Vancouver Hotel Boycott

On October 9 the BC Federation of Labour issued of a boycott of the Hyatt Regency Vancouver, Westin Bayshore, Pinnacle Hotel Harbourfront, and Rosewood Hotel Georgia in support of UNITE HERE! Local 40, which has been on strike at these hotels for several weeks. 

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Education Registration

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http://www.vdlc.ca/2019_vdlc_education_program

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Don’t Provide a Platform for Bigotry and Division!

We are disappointed to learn that on October 9 the University of British Columbia (UBC) once again plans to host speakers who spread bigotry and division in our communities.

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