Tensions high as negotiations continue about future of Lear Corporation's Whitby plant

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17 February 2017 19:14:05 Durham Region-News (from http://rss.metroland.com)

More than 350 workers are fearing for their jobs after contract negotiations between Lear Corporation and the union came to a head Thursday with the company threatening to halt future production. Full article on Tensions high as negotiations continue about future of Lear Corporation's Whitby plant

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Fate of Lear plant in Whitby remains unknown

1.0533836 09 March 2017 11:06:09 Durham Region-News (from http://rss.metroland.com)

WHITBY — Unifor Local 222 is planning its next course of action now that the Feb. 28 deadline for members to reach a collective agreement with Lear Corporation has passed. Last week, the bargaining committee met to discuss the current status of th

Vice null Time09 March 2017 11:06:09


Trustees concerned about future high school sites

0.7309933 28 November 2016 21:28:26 News Stories

Rocky View Schools trustees are hoping to get support in finding future high school sites.

Vice Alle News Time28 November 2016 21:28:26


Future of Ford's Windsor engine plants still a priority in auto negotiations: union

0.6683433 07 September 2016 21:56:40 Brampton-News (from http://rss.metroland.com)

Although Unifor has chosen General Motors Co. as the target company in its negotiations with the Detroit Three, the president of the union local representing workings at Ford Motor Co.'s two Windsor engine plants has said a new engine program remains a priority.

Vice null Time07 September 2016 21:56:40


Mayors continue talking about future of Midland's Georgian Bay General Hospital

0.64196527 24 March 2016 16:05:21 Simcoe County-News (from http://rss.metroland.com)

NORTH SIMCOE – Midland Mayor Gord McKay said local officials are on the same page when it comes to ensuring Georgian Bay General Hospital doesn’t become a “glorified emergency room.” McKay and the mayors of the three other north Simcoe municipalit

Vice Alle News Time24 March 2016 16:05:21


Tension rises as Duffy questions continue

0.6176755 18 August 2015 18:47:15 Simcoe County-News (from http://rss.metroland.com)

Tension rises at Conservative event as Duffy questions continue on campaign

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Negotiations continuing to avert public high school strike

0.5569527 10 April 2015 04:16:46 Halton-News (from http://rss.metroland.com)

Negotiations are continuing between the Waterloo Region District School Board and the union representing its high school teachers in an effort to avert a potential strike before the school year is through.

Vice null Time10 April 2015 04:16:46


Wynne urges high school teachers to continue negotiations amid strike threat

0.5185743 08 April 2015 19:44:43 Ottawa Citizen - News

TORONTO - Premier Kathleen Wynne is urging Ontario high school teachers to stay at the bargaining table instead of threatening strikes at seven school boards.

Vice null Time08 April 2015 19:44:43


Duguid ‘more optimistic’ about future of GM Oshawa plant

0.49000013 15 January 2015 02:27:51 Windsor Star - News

After more than three hours of meetings with GM executives in Detroit, Ontario’s economic development minister said Wednesday he was more optimistic about the future of the automaker’s Oshawa plant.

Vice Alle News Time15 January 2015 02:27:51


Transit negotiations to continue Thursday

0.4883205 02 October 2014 02:25:11 The StarPhoenix - News

Talks between the City of Saskatoon and the union representing transit workers failed to bring an end on Wednesday to the lockout that has now stretched to 11 days, but the president of the union said being at the table is a step in the right direction.

Vice Alle News Time02 October 2014 02:25:11


Durham Region, CUPE continue negotiations

0.4568043 13 June 2014 02:20:04 Durham Region-News (from http://rss.metroland.com)

DURHAM -- Negotiations continue between Durham Region and CUPE Local 1764. As of 4:30 p.m. this afternoon, the two sides were still meeting, said Matt Gaskell, the Region’s commissioner of corporate services. “We’ve been working on the

Vice Alle News Time13 June 2014 02:20:04