BC Supreme Court Ruling Paves Way for Challenge of Restrictive Community Benefits Agreement

24 Jul 2019

BC Supreme Court Ruling Paves Way for Challenge of Restrictive Community Benefits Agreement

Vancouver—In a decision issued yesterday, the BC Supreme Court ruled that a challenge against the NDP government’s legal authority to...
Electrical Work Must Stay Safe and Certified

4 Jul 2019

Electrical Work Must Stay Safe and Certified

CLAC, IBEW, OEL, and ECAO Share Concerns & Recommendations with New Minister of Training, Colleges, and Universities
Lawsuit Launched against City of Toronto over Closed Tendering

26 Jun 2019

Lawsuit Launched against City of Toronto over Closed Tendering

The suit stems from Toronto City Council’s decision on June 19 to add LIUNA to the labour monopoly held by nine other unions over municipally funded ICI work. CLAC believes that by entering into a voluntary recognition agreement with LIUNA, the city has violated the City of Toronto Act and the city’s Procurement Bylaw and Policy. 
Hamilton Opts for Open Tendering

20 Jun 2019

Hamilton Opts for Open Tendering

"Hamilton will not opt out of new provincial labour laws designed to end a long-standing and controversial union monopoly on city construction work."
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