2002


    December 22, 2002 - Volume 32, No. 45

    • CAW's Hargrove Condemns Ahenakew's Comments
    • CAW Opens First Contract Talks With Sterling Truck
    • CAW Members Approve Tentative Agreement At Intier Seating
    • First CAW Agreement In Federal Public Service
    • PROTECTING & STRENGTHENING PUBLIC HEALTH CARE IN CANADA
    • Bulletin
    • Happy Holidays!
       


    December 15, 2002 - Volume 32, No. 44

    • CAW Council, December 6-8, 2002 - Toronto
    • Auto Policy Needed For Canada
    • Working To Defeat The Tories In Ontario
    • Maintaining A Canadian Policy On Refugees
    • Ending Violence Against Women
    • Building On The Romanow Report
    • Salvation Army Offers Thanks
    • Trade Union Solidarity
    • Opposing The War On Iraq
    • CAW And The OFL
    • War Child Canada
    • More Council Highlights
    • Right-Wing Attacks In B.C.
    • CAW Council Elections
    • Restrictions On Political Donations
    • Police Racial Profiling
    • Minimum Wage
    • Bud Jimmerfield Award, 2002
    • Support For Kyoto Protocol
       


    December 8, 2002 - Volume 32, No. 43

    • CAW Council
    • PROTECTING & STRENGTHENING PUBLIC HEALTH CARE IN CANADA
    • Chatham-Kent Council Urges Governments To Develop Auto Policy
    • Government Action Needed On Cod Fisheries Closure, CAW Warns
    • CAW Files Charges That Ronal Bargaining In Bad Faith
    • CAW-Led Fightback Campaign Results In Official Voice On Shipbuilding
    • CAW's Hargrove Calls For Ban On Second Hand Smoke In The Workplace
    • Confusion Over E.I. Rules For Fish Harvesters
    • CAW Warns Of Financial Turbulence At NAV Canada
    • Social Unionism In Action
    • 2002 CLC Labour College Program
       


    December 1, 2002 - Volume 32, No. 42

    • CAW Reacts To Romanow Commission
    • CAW Challenges CN Layoffs
    • Air Traffic Controllers Take Action
    • Hargrove Blasts Proposed Pension Law Changes In Ontario
    • Big Three COLA
    • CAW's Hargrove Urges Toronto Council To Endorse Fixed Link To Island Airport
    • New Members Join CAW
       


    November 24, 2002 - Volume 32, No. 41

    • For-Profit Nursing Homes Side With Ontario Tories
    • CAW National Executive Board Statement on Iraq
    • Protecting & Strengthening Public Health Care In Canada
    • EPR Vehicle Petition
    • CAW Members At No Frills Ratify New Deal
       


    November 17, 2002 - Volume 32, No. 40

    • December 6: National Day Of Commemoration And Action To End Violence Against Women
    • Protecting & Strengthening Public Health Care In Canada
    • Yellowknife Workers Need Your Assistance
    • FFAW/CAW Urges Adequate Funding For Coast Guard Vessels
    • New Members Join CAW
       


    November 10, 2002 - Volume 32, No. 39

    • Ontario Mayors Urge Policy To Attract New Auto Investment
    • CAW Wins Back Former Michelin Employees Jobs
    • PROTECTING & STRENGTHENING PUBLIC HEALTH CARE IN CANADA
    • New Members Join CAW
    • Bulletins
       


    November 3, 2002 - Volume 32, No. 38

    • Big Three Bargaining Victory
    • CAW Supports Lincoln Alexander's Call For Summit On Police Racial Bias
    • Settlement At MANAC Canada
    • PROTECTING & STRENGTHENING PUBLIC HEALTH CARE IN CANADA
    • Bud Jimmerfield Award Nominations
       


    October 27, 2002 - Volume 32, No. 37

    • CAW Urges Federal Government To Respond To Navistar's Announced Closure
    • CAW Members Vote In Favour Of DaimlerChrysler Contract
    • PROTECTING & STRENGTHENING PUBLIC HEALTH CARE IN CANADA
    • New Members Join CAW
       


    October 20, 2002 - Volume 32, No. 36

    • Building The Future At DaimlerChrysler: A Victory For Canada
    • PROTECTING & STRENGTHENING PUBLIC HEALTH CARE IN CANADA
    • Hargrove Calls For Full Union Rights For Farm Workers
    • Air Traffic Controllers Launch Partial Strike Action
       


    October 13, 2002 - Volume 32, No. 35

    • CAW Membership Votes in Favour of Ford Contract; Deadline Set at DaimlerChrysler
    • Freightliner LLC St. Thomas, Ontario Truck Plant Workers Choose CAW
    • CAW Member Wins Wilderness Committee Award
    • Protecting and Strengthening Public Health Care in Canada
    • Bulletin
       


    October 6, 2002 - Volume 32, No. 34

    • Tentative Agreement At Ford
    • deHavilland Bombardier Layoffs A Shock, Says Hargrove
    • Air Traffic Controllers Demand Decent Schedules
    • CAW Members Ratify New Contract With Falconbridge
    • Call For Nominations: CAW Nelson Mandela Human Rights Award
    • CAW Retiree New President Of National Pensioners And Senior Citizens Federation
    • PROTECTING & STRENGTHENING PUBLIC HEALTH CARE IN CANADA
    • Bulletins
       


    September 29, 2002 - Volume 32, No. 33

    • GM Workers Ratify New Contract, CAW Moves To Ford
    • New Agreement For Nova Scotia Health Care Workers
    • McCurdy: Halibut Quota A Serious Mistake, But Other Decisions Good
    • Acclaimed Documentary Highlights CAW
    • PROTECTING & STRENGTHENING PUBLIC HEALTH CARE IN CANADA


    September 22, 2002 - Volume 32, No. 32

    • Tentative Settlement With General Motors
    • Rally Draws 2,000 Including Former Toronto Mayor
    • Nova Scotia Government Failing Marine Workers
    • CAW-ZIP Interim Agreement Offers Reassurance To Members
    • Protecting & Strengthening National Public Health Care In Canada


    September 15, 2002 - Volume 32, No. 31

    • CAW-GM Master Bargaining Committee Talks Move Into High Gear
    • General Motors, Ford And DaimlerChrysler Join With CAW To Protect And Strengthen Health Care In Canada
    • New Collective Agreement For CAW Members At The Bay
    • Protecting And Strengthening National Public Health Care In Canada
    • CAW Has Earned Support Says Members
       


    September 8, 2002 - Volume 32, No. 30

    • CAW Targets General Motors In 2002 Big Three Bargaining
    • CAW Members Strike Five Bay Stores
    • Big Investment Gives CAMI Workers And Community Hope And Opportunity
    • Retired Workers Conference Gives Unanimous Support To Auto Policy Campaign
    • New Members Join CAW
       


    August 25, 2002 - Volume 32, No. 29

    • CAW Calls For Government Auto Policy
    • CAW At The 40th ITF Congress
    • Labour Solidarity On Maritime Issue Nets Quick Results
    • ITF Women's Conference Hosted By CAW
    • Former UAW President Stephen Yokich Dies
    • Local Holds Family Rally To Fight Back Against Closure
    • United Way Campaigns: Give Generously
       


    August 11, 2002 - Volume 32, No. 28

    • CAW Commits $50,000 to Homeless Housing
    • Agreement at Kitimat Smelter in British Columbia
    • New Agreement at London Health Sciences Centre
    • Federal Court of Appeal Agrees with CAW on E.I. Clawback
    • CAW Opposes Longer Hours for Truck Drivers
    • Bulletins
       


    July 28, 2002 - Volume 32, No. 27

    • CAW Opens Big Three Auto Bargaining
    • CAW Ratifies New Contract At Navistar
    • Learning At Work
    • E.I. Training Cuts
    • California Approves Bill To Limit Carbon Dioxide Emissions
    • Bulletin
       


    July 14, 2002 - Volume 32, No. 26

    • Navistar/International Truck Strike
    • Holmes Asbestos Claims Reach $11M
    • CAW Hosts International Transport Workers' Meeting
    • Argos/CAW Team Up To Assist Disadvantaged Youth
    • CALM Awards
    • Bulletins
       


    June 30, 2002 - Volume 32, No. 25

    • Serious Injury To CAW Member On International Truck Picket Line
    • Colombian Union Members Are The World's Most Threatened
    • New Water Wells Funded By CAW-SJF in Mozambique
    • Bulletins
    • WEB SITE PREVIEW: CAW Web Site
    • CONTACT Summer Schedule
       


    June 23, 2002 - Volume 32, No. 24

    • Government Must Move From Talk To Action On Auto Policy
    • CLC Convention
    • Urgent Notice Regarding Navistar Strike
    • CAW Picket Lines Remain Strong At Navistar Truck Plant
    • Pride Events
       


    June 16, 2002 - Volume 32, No. 23

    • CAW's Hargrove Presses Government for Action on Auto
    • NDP's McDonough to Step Down
    • CAW Members Approve Agreement for GM's Ste-Therese Plant
    • LUMA and Education Conferences
    • June 27: Day of Action for Imprisoned Trade Unionists in South Korea
    • Bulletins
       


    June 9, 2002 - Volume 32, No. 22

    • CAW On Strike At International Truck
    • CAW Argues Passionately For Strengthened, Expanded Public Health Care
    • Closure Agreement At Ajax Trim Plant
    • CAW/FFAW Opposes Production Quotas In Crab Fishery
    • CAW/MWF Local 3 Members from Saint John, NB Drydock
       


    May 26, 2002 - Volume 32, No. 21

    • Auto Industry Roundtable
    • CAW/MWF Shipyard Members Demonstrate In Ottawa
    • Settlement At Fishery Products International
    • National Medicare Day
    • Siemens Westinghouse Agreement In Hamilton
    • Judy Rebick Named To CAW-Sam Gindin Social Chair
    • CAW Bus, Heavy Truck And Specialty Vehicle Council
    • Big Three COLA
       


    May 19, 2002 - Volume 32 , No. 20

    • Bargaining In Tough Times
    • Buzz Hargrove: Opening Address
    • Big Three Bargaining Goals
    • Getting Back In Gear
    • John Cartwright
    • Taking On Globalization And Growing CEO Pay Packages
    • Libby Davies, NDP MP, East Vancouver
    • Homelessness: A National Disgrace
    • Hunter Akat Tootoo
    • CAW Task Force On Working Class Politics
    • Henri Masse, President, FTQ
    • NDP's Hampton Supports CAW Auto Strategy
    • Bargaining In Tough Times
    • Ending Violence Against Women
    • Bob White
    • Meningitis Petition
    • Nancy Riche, Secretary-Treasurer, CLC
    • Emergency Resolution On Picketing In Ontario
    • Support For Steven Truscott
    • No Sweat Work Uniforms
    • Fighting Fascism: Bernard Devert
    • Travellers: 50th Anniversary Tribute
    • OPSEU Victory
    • SEIU Dispute Over
    • Campaigning Does Matter
    • Solidarität
    • Finding A Peaceful Solution On The Middle East

     


    May 12, 2002 - Volume 32, No. 19

    • GM Adding Third Shift In Oshawa
    • Strike At Siemens Westinghouse
    • Child Care: Ontario's Children Can't Wait
    • CAW And Argonauts Join Together To Support Youth
    • Send Message of Solidarity to IG Metall
    • CAW Collective Bargaining and Political Action Convention


    May 5, 2002 - Volume 32, No. 18

    • CAW Holds Collective Bargaining And Political Action Convention
    • CAW/SEIU Dispute Concludes
    • CAW/TCA Quebec Council
    • National Medicare Day Of Action - May 15th
    • CAW Preparing For Kananaskis
    • Opening Of Pat Clancy Labour Studies Resource Centre
    • Two-Year Agreement At Casco
    • Clifton Grant Awards
    • Day of Mourning Ceremonies
    • Windsor Students Learn About Workplace Safety
    • Tentative Agreement at FPI
       


    April 28, 2002 - Volume 32, No. 17

    • CAW At Romanow Hearings In Halifax
    • White Rose Project Bodes Well For Marystown Shipyard
    • Celebrating 65 Years At CAW Local 222
    • Pride In Our Union Conference
    • Airline Workers Action Centre Opens In Toronto
    • Strike At Lafarge Cement
    • CAW Local Web Site Links
       


    April 21, 2002 - Volume 32, No. 16

    • CAW Leadership Outline Need For Auto Strategy
    • CAW Angry Over Government Cuts To Domestic Violence Programs
    • BC Transit Workers' Local Disappointed By Arbitrator's Award
    • April 28th - Day Of Mourning
    • Mourn For The Dead, Fight For The Living
    • BC Rally Planned For May 25
    • Norwegian Union Leadership Address CAW Members In Sudbury
    • Bulletins
       


    April 14, 2002 - Volume 32, No. 15

    • Cross-Country Hearings Needed On 84-Hour Trucker Work Week
    • Catholic Board Digs In; Gay Youth Goes To Court
    • Earth Day: April 22, Get Involved
    • Ontario Electricity Deregulation: Take A Stand
    • CAW Book Photographer Wins Award
    • Saskatchewan Minimum Wage Increases
    • Open Toronto Armories To Homeless
    • Bulletins
       


    April 7, 2002 - Volume 32, No. 14

    • CAW's Hargrove Meets With Ontario NDP Caucus On Auto Industry Policy
    • CAW Urges Liberals To Rebuild Canada's Airline Policy
    • Coalition Forms To Support Marc Hall
    • CAW's Hargrove Urges Canadian Jobs In Offshore Oil And Gas
    • Hargrove Urges Support For OPSEU
       


    March 31, 2002 - Volume 32, No. 13

    • CAW Forum On Auto Industry Crisis
    • GM in St. Catharines: A Missed Opportunity
    • Hargrove Urges Oshawa High School To Embrace Diversity
    • CAW Forums On The G8 And Free Trade
    • CAW Human Rights Conference
       


    March 24, 2002 - Volume 32, No. 12

    • New Contract At New Flyer Industries
    • Overwhelming Support For New Agreement At Northern Ontario Hospitals
    • Participate In Romanow Health Care Commission
    • Transitions Action Centre Opens In Stratford
    • Winnipeg Human Rights Conference
    • Easter Seal Telethon Success
    • Bulletins
       


    March 17, 2002 - Volume 32, No. 11

    • Hargrove Meets Ontario's Runciman Over Auto Industry
    • March 21: International Day For The Elimination Of Racial Discrimination
    • Sam Gindin Wins First Daniel Singer Prize
    • Local Hosts Homelessness Fund-Raiser
    • Excessive Insurance Rates And Restrictions Threaten Fisheries Says McCurdy
    • UFAWU/CAW Sends Thanks For Support
       


    March 10, 2002 - Volume 32, No. 10

    • Celebrating International Women's Day
    • Fundraiser For Landmine Removal
    • Big Three COLA
    • CAW's Canadians At Work Wins Award
    • NORPAC Boycott Update
    • Bulletins
       


    March 3, 2002 - Volume 32, No. 9

    • Getting Back In Gear: Canada's Auto Industry Future
    • Hargrove Urges Industry Minister Rock To Take Action
    • Taking On The B.C. Liberal Cuts
    • International Women's Day: March 8th
    • Bulletin
       


    February 24, 2002 - Volume 32, No. 8

    • Skilled Trades Collective Bargaining Conference
    • Challenges Facing The Trades: Hargrove
    • Solidarity And Skill
    • Resolutions
    • Skilled Trades Study Tour Of Europe
    • HRDC Minister Jane Stewart
       


    February 24, 2002 - Volume 32, No. 7

    • Hargrove Demands Harris Government Act To Help Auto Industry
    • New Agreement At ADM, Strike Over
    • CAW/TCA Boisbriand Campaign Gathers Support
    • CAW Reaches Agreement With Northern Ontario Hospitals
    • Liberals Urged To Reform UI
       


    February 17, 2002 - Volume 32, No. 6

    • News Flash
    • CAW Urges Government to Act on Skilled Trades Shortage
    • St. Catharines Hit by General Motors Layoffs
    • Foreign Overfishing Problems
    • UFAWU/CAW Convention Overview
    • Bulletins
       


    February 10, 2002 - Volume 32, No. 5

    • False Solutions Won't Save Public Healthcare
    • Windsor Employer Continues to Demand Concessions
    • Tax Cuts Don't Save Jobs
    • Local 444 Pledges $100,000 Toward Occupational And Environmental Disease Institute
    • Yellowknife Says Thanks
    • Bulletins
       


    February 3, 2002 - Volume 32, No. 4

    • CAW/TCA Caravan Highlights Boisbriand Plant's Importance
    • New Agreement At Dominion, A&P
    • CAW Panel - Easter Seal Telethon
    • Ratification At University Of Windsor
    • Bulletins
       


    January 27, 2002 - Volume 32, No. 3

    • Protecting Universal Health Care: Get Involved
    • Fighting B.C. Government Cuts
    • Fishery Products International: Update
    • Rallies In Support Of Tuition Fee Freeze
    • Ontario Legislature Internship Program
       


    January 20, 2002 - Volume 32, No. 2

    • Windsor Workers Strike Against 60-Hour Workweek
    • CAW Blasts B.C. Liberals For Weak Second Hand Smoke Regulations
    • B.C. Labour Relations Board Finds Casino Guilty Of Bad Faith Bargaining
    • McCurdy Disappointed With Seal Hunt Levels For 2002
    • Closure Agreement At Oxford Automotive
    • CAW Website 4th Place In International Competition
    • New Members Join CAW
       


    January 13, 2002 - Volume 32, No. 1

    • Auto Industry Upheavals Continue
    • Removal Of Import Tariff Would Threaten Canadian Shipbuilding Industry, Warns Hargrove
    • New Agreement At Pratt & Whitney
    • Settlement Victory At Value Village
    • CAW Local 636 Launches Innovative Human Rights Bursary
    • Appeal For Funds: Yellowknife Miners Defence League
    • 2001 Recipients - CAW National Memorial Bursaries
    • Government Benefits 2002