2000


    December 17, 2000 - Volume 30, No. 38

    • CAW Reaches Milestone, Hargrove Says
    • CLC, SEIU And The CAW
    • Canada's Auto Industry
    • Tax Cuts: Why Not?
    • A New Era For Canadian Labour
    • WTO - The Whole World Is Watching
    • Globalization And The WTO
    • Youth And The CAW
    • Youth Video
    • CAW Task Force On Working Class Politics
    • Harris Grinch Bill
    • Tribute To Sam Gindin
    • Falconbridge Strike
    • Quebec Nurses Fightback
    • Fighting Homelessness
    • Canadians At Work Millennium Project
    • Hector McLellan Wins Bud Jimmerfield Award
    • Two CAW Candidates Elected NDP Members Of Parliament
       


    December 10, 2000 - Volume 30, No. 37

    • Hargrove Calls On Federal NDP To Strike A Task Force To Define The Future Of The Party
    • CAW Nursing Homes' Agreement
    • Rally For Versatile Strikers In Winnipeg
    • Harris Government Refuses To Commit To End Violence Against Women
    • Burmese Leader Aung San Suu Kyi Receives CAW Human Rights Award


    December 3, 2000 - Volume 30, No. 36

    • CAW Calls For Public Hearings On Harris' Employment "Sub" Standards Act
    • CAW To File Charges With OLRB Against Falconbridge
    • CAW Organizing Victories
    • CAW Workers of Colour/Aboriginals Conference
    • Fundraising Road Trip
    • CAW Supports Walk
       


    November 26, 2000 - Volume 30, No. 35

    • Plans For Drug Tests Of Welfare Recipients Slammed
    • CAW Sarnia Local Calls For Worldwide Asbestos Ban
    • Joint CAW Council/Quebec Council: December 8 To 10
    • Health And Safety For Young Workers
    • Liberal Party Headquarters Occupied
    • Liberal Party Headquarters
    • Big Three COLA
       


    November 19, 2000 - Volume 30, No. 34

    • No Agreement Between SEIU And CAW
    • Norwegian Union On Sympathy Strike At Falconbridge
    • Versatile Members On Strike
    • CAW's NEB Blasts Drug Testing Of Welfare Recipients
    • Reminder: Pension Postcard Returns Extended
    • Campaign 2000 Finds Many Children Still In Poverty
    • National Union Endorses CAW Candidates Running In Federal Election
    • ITF Cruise Ship Organizing Campaign
    • Workers At Clarion Hotel Grand Pacific In Victoria Choose CAW
    • WEB PREVIEW: CAW Web Page
       


    November 12, 2000 - Volume 30, No. 33

    • Sign On For Canada's Kids
    • December 6: Day Of Commemoration And Action To End Violence Against Women
    • Hargrove Urges Flaherty To Drop Charges Against Student
    • Settlement At Thunder Bay Community Care Access Centre
    • Tax Facts: Facts And Figures For The Battle Against Tax Cuts
    • New Members Join CAW
       


    November 5, 2000 - Volume 30, No. 32

    • Harris Government Goes Backwards On Workers' Rights
    • Injunction Limits Pickets At Falconbridge
    • Strike At Two London Tim Hortons
    • Fishing Tragedy On East Coast
    • More New Members Join CAW
    • Bulletins
    • WEB PREVIEW: CAW Web Page
       


    October 29, 2000 - Volume 30, No. 31

    • Norwegian Union Strikes In Support Of CAW Members At Falconbridge
    • CAW Local 4401 (Canadian Maritime Union) Members Ratify New Two-Year Contract
    • CAW Part Of New Shipbuilding And Marine Industry Project
    • CAW Supports Technology Contact Winners
    • Bulletins
    • WEB PREVIEW: CAW Web Page
       


    October 22, 2000 - Volume 30, No. 30

    • World Women's March Shows Strength In Ottawa
    • Reality Check: Liberals Reneg On 50/50 Spending Promise
    • Outstanding Search And Rescue Achievement Award Handed To CAW Member
    • Fatigue Kills! ITF Road Transport Action
    • Bulletins
    • WEB PREVIEW: CAW Web Page
       


    October 15, 2000 - Volume 30, No. 29

    • New Agreement At Air Canada
    • Falconbridge Strikers Bring Message To Company Headquarters
    • CAW Discussion Groups On Politics Gearing Up
    • Boliden Westmin Strike Brings Gains
    • Sterling Trucks Workers Vote No To CAW
    • Bulletins
       


    October 10, 2000 - Volume 30, No. 28

    • WTO Ruling On The Auto Pact
    • Paying The Price For Tax Cuts
    • Marine Communications Workers Merge With CAW
    • Support World March Of Women 2000
    • New Members Continue To Join CAW
    • Bulletin
    • WEB PREVIEW: CAW Web Page
       


    October 1, 2000 - Volume 30, No. 27

    • CAW Reaches Tentative Agreement At Air Canada
    • CAW Avon Maitland School Custodians Ratify New Contract
    • Strike Over, New Contract At Reynolds-Lemmerz
    • CAW Donates $20,000 To Walkerton Water Relief
    • More Workers Join The CAW
    • Plant To Remain In Winnipeg
    • Bulletins
    • WEB PREVIEW: CAW Web Page
       


    September 24, 2000 - Volume 30, No. 26

    • Alberta Union Supports CAW In Dispute Over SEIU Members
    • CAW Leadership Meetings
    • CAW On Strike At B.C.'s Boliden Mine
    • Strike Appeal For Falconbridge Members
    • Emergency Measures Needed On Violence Against Women
    • Unionization: An Update
    • WEB PREVIEW: CAW Web Page
       


    September 15, 2000 - Volume 30, No. 25

    • Victory At Vancouver Hotels After Strike
    • Canada's Health Care System Still At Risk, Hargrove Says
    • CAW Retired Workers' Conference
    • CAW Retired Worker Of The Year Award
    • Nelson Mandela Children's Fund
    • Bulletins
    • WEB PREVIEW
       


    September 8, 2000 - Volume 30, No. 24

    • Overwhelming Support At CAW Leadership Meetings
    • Parkwood Hospital Employees Join CAW
    • Falconbridge Workers Remain On Strike
    • CAW Celebrates Labour Day
    • Flight Service Specialists Vote To Merge With CAW
    • CAW's Hargrove Calls Swamping At Burnt Church Excessive
    • CAW Members Urged To Support The United Way
    • CAW Avon Maitland School Custodians Vote In Favour Of Strike
    • Bulletins
    • UPCOMING CAW LEADERSHIP MEETINGS
       


    August 25, 2000 - Volume 30, No. 23

    • Falconbridge CAW Members On Strike
    • CAW's Hargrove Challenges Ontario's Move To Longer Work Hours
    • The Canadian Air Traffic Controllers Vote To Join CAW
       


    August 16, 2000 - Volume 30, No. 22

    • NEB launches leadership consultation on CLC/SEIU situation


    August 13, 2000 - Volume 30, No. 21

    • CAW Negotiates First Contract For SEIU
    • Vancouver Hotel Members Get Excellent Deal on Eve of Strike Deadline
    • CAW Political Taskforce
    • CAW National Executive Board Adopts Statement on Violence
    • Shipbuilding Policy Forum
    • Holmes Foundry - Successful Lung Cancer Claims
    • Richest Canadians
    • WEB Preview: CAW Web Page
       


    July 28, 2000 - Volume 30, No. 20

    • Response To The CLC Ban On CAW Participation
    • GM Canada Pleads Guilty And Fined $325,000 After Worker's Death
    • CAW Gives $1 Million Endowment To Ryerson University
    • BC Hotel Workers On Strike
    • CAW Supports OCAP Leaders
    • Bulletins
       


    July 17, 2000 - Volume 30, No. 19

    • CONTACT RESUMES
    • CAW Faces CLC Sanctions
    • CAW Members Vote In Favour Of New Contract With de Havilland/Bombardier
    • Marine Workers Demonstrate
    • Marine Workers Support Shipbuilding Forum
    • New Owner at Winnipeg's Versatile Tractor Plant
    • CAW Occupation In Woodstock Over
    • CAW Ends Boycott Of Molson's And Labatt's In Alberta
    • Welland Pipe, CAW Local 523
    • Bulletins
    • Big Three COLA
       


    May 18, 2000 - Volume 30, No. 18

    • EI Changes Needed To Help East Coast Fishing Industry Workers
    • Workers Shouldn't Face Triple Jeopardy, Hargrove Says
    • Rally In Support of Striking Toromont CAT Workers
    • CAW/FFAW Member Wins Award
    • Parental Benefits To Be Extended
    • New Members Join CAW
       


    May 12, 2000 - Volume 30, No. 17

    • Hargrove Outlines Proposal To CLC
    • CAW Local 112 Toromont CAT On Strike
    • CAW Says Sale Of Canadian Regional Airlines Makes No Economic Sense
    • Hargrove Outlines OAS Concerns
    • Victory For Holmes Foundry Claimants
    • First CAW Youth Conference A Success
       


    May 1, 2000 - Volume 30, No. 16

    • CAW Council: Port Elgin - April 29 to May 1
    • SEIU - The Fight For A Democratic Say In The Future
    • Support For Locked Out BDL Workers
    • Brand-Name Bullies
    • March To End Poverty And Violence Against Women
    • Calgary Herald Boycott
    • OAS Fightback In Windsor
    • Support for Mozambique
    • Day of Mourning Rally
    • Support for Canadian Shipbuilding
    • CAW Members At Air Canada Turn Down Tentative Agreement, While At Canadian Airlines It's Approved
    • Two-Tier Health Care System On Its Way
    • WEB Preview: CAW Web Page
       


    April 20, 2000 - Volume 30, No. 15

    • Thousands Of SEIU Members Vote To Join CAW
    • CAW At Washington Protests Against IMF and World Bank
    • Guess Who's Coming To Windsor?
    • Expansions At Windsor Engine And Essex Engine Plants
    • Workplace Fatality Results in $75,000 Fine
    • Labour Rally For Locked-Out BDL Workers
    • Working With Pride Conference
    • New Members Join The CAW
    • Bulletins
    • LUMA 1999 Award Winners
    • 55th UFAWU Convention
    • WEB PREVIEW: CAW Web Page
       


    April 9, 2000 - Volume 30, No. 14

    • First SEIU Unit Joins CAW, More Votes This Week
    • CAW Reaches Tentative Agreement At First Air
    • NWT Government Passes Motion To Support Royal Oak Workers
    • Touch Medicine
    • Subsidized Daycare Program to Begin in BC
    • Ontario Coalition Against Poverty March
    • Bulletins
    • WEB PREVIEW:
       


    April 2, 2000 - Volume 30, No. 13

    • OLRB Decision Supports Labour Movement Democracy, CAW Says
    • MPs Support Plan For Shipbuilding Policy
    • CAW Support For Flooding Victims In Mozambique 
    • Hargrove Urges Charges Against Social Activist To Be Dropped
    • More New Members Join CAW
    • Bulletins
    • WEB PREVIEW: CAW Web Page
    • CAW Video News
    • CAW Video News
       


    March 26, 2000 - Volume 30, No. 12

    • CAW Reaches Tentative Agreement With Air Canada And Canadian Airlines
    • CAW Joins Fight To Preserve Public Health Care
    • New Agreement For CAW Members At F.P.I.
    • Pension Legislation Changes In Manitoba
    • Winnipeg Versatile Plant Status Still Uncertain
    • Alberta Labour Board Finds Brewers' Distributors Ltd. Violated Labour Code
    • Flight Specialists Ratify New Collective Agreement
    • Bulletins
    • WEB PREVIEW: CAW Web Page
    • Get The Facts
       


    March 22, 2000 - Volume 30, No. 11

    • SEIU Hearings A Farce
    • Solidarity With Mozambique
    • International Day For The Elimination Of Racial Discrimination
    • CLC Statement On International Trade
    • * REMINDER * - Working With Pride Conference
    • WEB PREVIEW: CAW Web Page
       


    March 12, 2000 - Volume 30, No. 10

    • Health Care Emergency: Call for Action
    • International Women's Day
    • With Help Of The CAW, Flight Specialists Win 13 Percent Over Three Years
    • Mass Rally For CAW Members At Brant Screen Craft Local 397 Helps Bring End To Strike
    • WEB PREVIEW: CAW Web Page
       


    February 27, 2000 - Volume 30, No. 9

    • SEIU Members Show Support
    • CAW Says Budget Moves Away From Liberal Promises
    • CAW First Hand Account Of Floods In Mozambique
    • March 8 - International Women's Day
    • Big Three COLA
       


    February 20, 2000 - Volume 30, No. 8

    • Canadian Members Will Decide Their Future, Union Says
    • CAW Win At Supreme Court Over White Spot Bargaining
    • CAW Calls For Public Inquiry Over Deaths Of Two Manitoba Women
    • CAW Launches Unfair Labour Practice Charge
    • Bulletin
    • WEB PREVIEW: CAW Web Page
       


    February 13, 2000 - Volume 30, No. 7

    • CAW Calls On Government To Appeal WTO Auto Pact Ruling
    • World March of Women - March 21 to April 19, 2000
    • "Theft Of Free Time"
    • WEB PREVIEW: CAW Web Page
       


    February 6, 2000 - Volume 30, No. 6

    • West Coast Transit Workers Vote To Join CAW
    • Hargrove Slams Secret Plutonium Shipment
    • A Quick Look At The Alternative Federal Budget
    • Staff Appointments
    • More New CAW Members
    • Bulletin: CAW Communications LUMA Conference
    • Bulletin: CAW Working With Pride Conference
    • WEB PREVIEW: CAW Web Page
       


    January 30, 2000 - Volume 30, No. 5

    • Hargrove Calls For Improved Post-Secondary Education Funding
    • The Sad Facts About Post-Secondary Education:
    • Closure Agreement At Ford Depots
    • Federal Marine Communications Group Vote To Join CAW
    • Hargrove Urges Calgary Herald Publisher To Bargain
    • Want to get the highlights of CONTACT by e-mail?
    • WEB PREVIEW: CAW Web Page
       


    January 23, 2000 - Volume 30, No. 4

    • Doer Fighting For Versatile's Survival
    • CAW Local 200 Joint Committees Win Environmental Achievement Award
    • Staff Appointments
    • Bulletin: CAW Unemployment Insurance Conference
    • Bulletin: Ken Lewenza Featured Guest at Roast
    • Bulletin: CAW 2000 Education Conference
    • Government Benefits 2000
    • WEB PREVIEW: CAW Web Page
       


    January 16, 2000 - Volume 30, No. 3

    • Student Strike February 2nd
    • Holmes Victories: $1 Million Justice For Families
    • Shipbuilding Needs Higher Government Priority
    • Bulletins
    • Web Preview: CAW Web Page
       


    January 9, 2000 - Volume 30, No. 2

    • Fighting For Versatile's Future
    • Hunger Strike Ends For CAW/ UFAWU Member
    • Canadian Federation Of Students Access 200 Campaign
    • Facts About Post-Secondary Education In Canada
    • Retired CAW Staff Representative Receives Order of Canada
    • CAW Endorses Ujjal Dosanjh In NDP Leadership Campaign
    • Bulletin: Year 2000 Family Education Program
    • Bulletin: CAW Health, Safety & Environment Newsletter
       


    January 2, 2000 - Volume 30, No. 1

    • Final WTO Auto Pact Ruling Expected Soon
    • CAW Supports Venezuelan Relief
    • CAW Donates To Food Banks
    • More New CAW Members
    • Calendar of Events
    • Bulletin