The CUPW campaign at Foodora in Toronto is combining conventional and unconventional strategies to reach each and every gig worker where there is no fixed workplace
Elle Hawes describes the conditions faced by rural mail carriers in Canada, and how workers are taking back the workfloor to demand an end to unfair treatment.
On the surface, this is a review of a classic documentary about a massive, illegal 1965 strike by Canadian postal workers – written by a postal worker, who was himself involved in the rotating strikes at Canada Post last year. But deeper than that, it’s
The following is a bulletin put together by a couple of branches of the IWW in Canada. While the outside support mustered for Canada Post workers has been both inspiring and effective, these IWW members’ position is that worker power on the shop floor remains the
Union members and community supporters across Canada have been organizing militant and effective pickets at Canada Post facilities ever since legislation came down on Monday making strikes by Canada Post workers themselves illegal. Vancouver, Hamilton, Edmonton, Halifax, Windsor, and Mississauga have all seen “cross pickets”
An interview with a postal carrier in Canada. Their union, CUPW, is currently negotiating a new contract with Canada Post. After 37 days of rotating strikes and occupations, workers were legislated back to work this week. National union leadership is not defying the legislation, but
The IWW is distinct from most unions — we don’t collect dues through the employer, and we rely on “shop committees” of workers taking direct action in the workplace instead of contracts serviced by a paid external staff. Using this approach, the IWW has sometimes