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The companies talk a lot about democracy, but boy do they sure rush to where workers are controlled by government,' said Canadian Auto Workers president Mr Buzz Hargrove.
Key organizers of this process, such as Mae Burrows, Roger Crowther of the Canadian Auto Workers and Anne-Marie Sleeman of the BC Environment Network, deserve congratulations for their dedication and hard work in getting the BC Labour/Environment Forum up and running and keeping it going despite the occasional clash of interests.
She is also a member of the public review board of the Canadian Auto Workers, member of the Centre for Studies in Religion and Society at the University of Victoria, interfaith senator for the Government of Canada since 1998, president of World Federalists (Canada), vice-president of Canadian Civil Liberties.
This book is much more than an illustrated history of the Canadian Auto Workers union (CAW) from its emergence to its separation from the United Auto Workers (UAW) and developments subsequent to the split.
It's enough to make once friendly rivals turn against each other, as the Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) and the United Steelworkers of America did in 1993.
IN STYLE, Sam Gindin's The Canadian Auto Workers is a textbook, designed to introduce union members to the history of the Canadian Auto Workers (CAW).
and Canadian auto workers are frequently forced to work.
The only way to avoid situations like Darco's, says Peggy Nash, assistant to the president of the Canadian Auto Workers, is for unions to confront co-worker harassment head-on.
The Canadian Auto Workers will receive the Tribute to Unity Award for its global work to unite, educate and empower asbestos victims, and public health workers.
I was lucky, having worked with great co-workers in the most lavishly resourced union educational program in North America, through what was then the Canadian Auto Workers Union (CAW).
The investment is being made based on an early agreement with the Canadian Auto Workers union.
An agreement has been reached between the Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) union and General Motors to arrange special early retirement buyouts at its two assembly facilities in Oshawa, Ontario.

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