Monthly Archive for: ‘June, 2014’

  • Citra Mina

    Citra Mina Violating Human Rights

                      Seafood giant Citra Mina is the Philippines’ second largest exporter of tuna, doing billions of dollars in sales to the European, Asian and North American markets under the Philfresh brand. This hugely profitable Group, however, is …

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    National Aboriginal Day – June 21, 2014

    The B.C. Federation of Labour proudly celebrates National Aboriginal Day on June 21, 2014, and acknowledges the tremendous contributions Aboriginal peoples of Canada make every day to advance a place of reconciliation within our unions, our workplaces, our communities and our country. Aboriginal Day is …

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  • I Support Seafarers

    Day of Seafarers – June 25th

    June 25th, IMO Day of the Seafarer “Thank you, seafarers.” A simple sentence, a powerful acknowledgement.                               Gratitude is the theme June 25th as the International Maritime Organization marks the annual …

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  • Port Metro

    Port Metro Vancouver – East Vancouver Community Forum

    On June 24, 2014, Port Metro Vancouver will be meeting with residents of East Vancouver to provide an update and engage in dialogue about port-related activities in the community. Libby Davies, Minister of Parliament for Vancouver East, is hosting this event. In 2009, Port Metro …

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  • Cargo Ship

    ILWU 400 Set To Enter Mediation-Arbitration With Seaspan

    Union for tugboat crews at Seaspan negotiates agreement to enter mediation-arbitration process after summer along with Canadian Merchant Service Guild union; Seaspan agrees to return two contracted-out tugboats to fleet, restore two call-out tugboats  Union thanks federal Labour Minister, CLC, BC Federation of Labour  VANCOUVER …

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