The CAW National Research department provides information and statistics on wages, hours and other conditions of employment that are needed in collective bargaining.
The research department also supplies general economic facts for our public presentations and speedy, accurate information to the local unions.
The Research department can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Jim Stanfords Presentation to CAW Council - Crisis, Autsterity... and Fightback
- Letter to Honorable James Moore Minister of Heritage and Official Languages, regarding the Library and Archive Canada operational changes
- Finding Their Way, Second Round Report of the CAW Workers Adjustment Tracking Report
- CAW Workers Adjustment Tracking Project, Preliminary Findings
- Papers & Submissions
- Federal Budget Information
- Labour Sponsored Funds - Information
- "Tax Facts"
- Unionization Fact Sheets