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Atlanta

Fears loom of railroad strike after union rejects deal brokered by White House

[ad_1] Fears loom of railroad strike after union rejects deal brokered by White House – CBS News Watch CBS News…

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Canada

Ontario government and education workers avoid strike with tentative deal | CBC News

[ad_1] The Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) says it has reached a tentative deal with the Ontario government to avert…

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UK

Ontario education workers give notice to strike again, minister says | CBC News

[ad_1] The Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) has filed another strike notice, leaving education workers poised to walk off the…

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UK

Strike at Western University averted, classes go on | CBC News

[ad_1] A tentative agreement has been reached between the union representing faculty members at Western University and the school, averting…

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UK

Union says calling strike illegal would undermine bargaining rights, labour laws | CBC News

[ad_1] A hearing to determine the legality of a walkout by 55,000 Ontario education workers continues Sunday morning, after the…

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UK

London parents scrambling to find last minute child care as education workers strike looms | CBC News

[ad_1] London parents are making last-minute arrangements for kids who will have to stay home from school starting Friday if their education workers go on…

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Auto

U.S. railroad strike averted by late-night deal | Autoblog

[ad_1] WASHINGTON — Major U.S. railroads and unions secured a tentative deal after 20 hours of intense talks brokered by…

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Auto

Hyundai Motor’s union in S. Korea votes to authorize strike

[ad_1] SEOUL — Hyundai Motor Co’s unionized workers in South Korea voted for a possible strike for the first time…

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Canada

At 124 days, Sea-to-Sky region’s transit strike becomes longest in B.C. history | CBC News

[ad_1] It’s a record few in Squamish, Whistler or Pemberton will cheer about. Wednesday sees the transit strike in the…

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