Go green with brown beer bottles.
When you drink beer from a brown glass bottle, you’re helping the environment and supporting thousands of green, local jobs. Almost all (98%) capped brown beer bottles are recovered and reused 17 times before being crushed, melted and produced into new bottles.
Capped brown beer bottles directly supports good, green jobs. Unfortunately, these jobs are at risk due to the prevalence of canned beer.
Go to www.BrownBottle.ca to learn how important it is to drink from Brown Bottles.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s decision to abandon his commitment to make the 2015 election the last held under the broken first-past-the-post electoral system is one of the most cynical I’ve seen.read more
Today Justin Trudeau issued a revised mandate letter to Minister of Democratic Institutions, Karina Gould, indicating that the government is abandoning its promise on reforming Canada’s electoral system.read more
Molson Coors loses in Ontario Superior Court in an effort to weaken strikers’ picket line. Justice Hainey also dismissed the company’s claim of $6,000,000 in damages.read more
“Our members were willing to negotiate but the employer wasn’t interested. The employer wanted everything gone. The workers couldn’t do that.”read more
The Canadian Labour Congress is celebrating today’s announcement that the federal government is banning the manufacture, import, export and use of asbestos.read more
The simplest way to achieve this is for Canada to choose new rules like those used by most other countries, some of the biggest and modern democracies in the world – rules based on proportional representation.read more
The Liberal government has introduced amendments to the Ontario College of Trades and Apprenticeship Act (the Act) that will dilute the enforcement powers of the Ontario College of Trades and devalue a Certification of Qualification and the compulsory trades designation.read more
Labatt announced it is cutting off the allotment of free beer for its former employees by 2019.read more
This summer, many parts of southern Ontario faced drought conditions. Yet Nestlé, a giant bottled water corporation, continues to pump more than four million litres of groundwater every day from an aquifer near Guelph.read more
Five thousand workers and their families rallied today at Queen’s Park to demand meaningful changes to Ontario’s employment laws. The Rally marks the beginning of the Week for Decent Work, October 1-7.read more
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SEIU Local 1 Representatives
Confronting Blame The Worker
Hydro One belongs to all Ontarians.
Get the facts at keephydropublic.ca
$15 and Fairness Day Of Action!
Visited Deb Mathews to demand:
- Anti-Scab Legislation
- 7 Paid Sick Days
- Better Working Conditions For Temps
- Proper Enforcement and Respect At Work
2016 SEIU Golf Tournament
Thank you to everyone that could make it out and have a great time at this years golf tournament. It was one of the best turn outs ever for members and weather.
Would also like to give a big thanks to Aaron Stapleton, Joe Hitchcock, SEIU Local 2 and Branch Local #1 for making this day possible.
Until next year!
Occupy WSIB – Justice For Injured Workers’s Rally
Officers of SEIU Branch Local #1 attended a WSIB rally in downtown London to show their support. For more information on this cause and the rallies that take place visit the London & District Injured & Disabled Workers Group & Allies or Occupy WSIB – Justice For Injured Workers’s Facebook pages.
For more information on WSIB and why these rallies take place visit “Right now, workers’ compensation is about saving money for the employers”.
Wealth gap widens in Canada as richest see faster rise in net worth.
The wealth gap between the richest Canadian households and the country’s poorest has widened since 1999, new data released Wednesday shows, with the net worth of wealthy households comfortably outpacing gains made by lower-income households.
Statistics Canada says the average net worth of the top 20 per cent of families sorted by income group rose by an average of 80 per cent between 1999 and 2012, compared with a gain of 38 per cent among families in the bottom fifth of society.