The union is trying to organize all the workers at the Edmonton-based company.
It’s been nearly 4 years since the UCP got a kick at the can. How many new jobs have been created in an industry that’s seeing record oil production?
PEI grew their workforce 4.5 times faster than Alberta, despite having a corporate income tax rate that’s double of what Alberta has.
Kim Siever investigates this claim that the UCP keep making.
The owner tried to get rid of the unionized workers when they contracted out to a third party, but the tables may have turned.
Compared to the other 9 provinces in Canada, Alberta saw the smallest increase in the number of university-educated workers employed in the province, since the UCP gained power.
This marks 6 locations that USW has either unionized or is trying to unionize in Alberta.
The number of hours Canadian missed due to illness or injury last year was the highest in at least a decade.
Alberta saw 13 CEOs make the top 100 list, compared to just 11 in 2020. And most of them were in the energy sector.
Brian Jean recently touted how amazing Alberta’s labour market, but he left out a few details, making things seem much rosier than they actually are.