The working-class history of Grenada

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Two trade unions object to TAWU politicising of industrial disputes
The Grenadian Voice, 2 May 2000. One of Grenada's oldest trade unions has spoken against the appearance of political parties speaking at last week Friday's “;red day” rally organised by the Technical and Allied Workers Union.
Solidarity strike causes utility disruption
Antigua Sun, 25 May 2000. A solidarity strike in Grenada effectively slowed down service provided by the island's lone power company, water company as well as Cable & Wireless. The members of TAWU downed tools in response to a call from the union for a sympathy strike in support of 28 striking workers of the Grenada Broadcasting Network.
Grantley Culbard is CCWU's new general secretary
Stabroek News, 5 July 2000. The General Council of the Clerical and Commercial Workers' Union (CCWU) has elected Grantley Culbard as its new General Secretary and Chief Executive Officer (CEO).
Port workers return to work, strike called off
CANA Online, 30 August 2000. A full-blown strike at Grenada's main sea port in St. George's ended Tuesday afternoon when more than 50 workers returned to their jobs satisfied that their demands had been met (brief).
TUC takes issue with Grenada Chamber of Commerce
CANA, 7 September 2000. The Trade Union Council is (TUC) objects to the Chamber's criticism of the movement in the wake of last week's strike at the main seaport in St. George's (brief).