And we’re off! The International Brotherhood of Teamsters Women’s Conference began this morning in Montreal, the French-speaking capital of North America. On this morning’s agenda: workshops on bargaining, TITAN, interpreting and enforcing a work contract, and organizing.
CP Rail sues Sask. government over tax issue Angela Hall Canwest News Service Thursday, August 14, 2008 REGINA - The Canadian Pacific Railway company is using a 128-year-old contract as a basis for a lawsuit...
Barring a surprise agreement, workers at school bus company Autobus Lucien Bissonnette will go on strike at 6 a.m. this morning. Last-ditch bargaining sessions and management offers to the 50 employees at the company were not enough to break the deadlock at the negotiations table.
Sister Mariam Abou-Dib has been appointed Teamsters Canada director of government affairs effective September 1, 2020. She will be responsible for working with elected officials and public servants to advance the interests of Teamster members. Our current lobbyist, Brother Phil Benson, will be retiring after a distinguished 18-year career in service to our union.