This new contract creates 25 new full-time positions across the different departments at Woodbine. These positions will be advertised internally. Part-time workers can apply, and jobs will be given based on seniority, DeSousa said.
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August 9, 2017
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August 7, 2017
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August 4, 2017
An ongoing strike at Toronto's Pearson International Airport has revealed the harsh working conditions of the airport's baggage handlers and grounds crew.
Regular service at slot machines at Woodbine racetrack in Toronto could resume in the next few days.
Beth Bedore wants to own a pair of shoes without holes.
WestJet employees are working in crowded environments -- and not just airports or airplanes.
Slot machine workers at the OLG Woodbine Racetrack have been locked out.
The union representing workers at the University of Toronto Students' Union (UTSU) says recent layoffs violate the collective bargaining agreement and put students' services at risk.
NDP leadership candidates reinforced their commitment to workers and the labour movement at a debate hosted by the United Steelworkers in Toronto on Thursday night.
A union brought National Aboriginal Day celebrations to Estevan, Saskatchewan for the first time this year.
The Ontario government's recently announced strategy to increase employment of people with disabilities lacks concrete details about how to meet the complex problem, disability advocates say.
Ontario's proposed changes to labour laws will not increase protection for those in factual TV -- or many other precarious workers.
August 3, 2017
This article appeared in the CCPA Monitor July/August 2017