The political struggle of the working class in Canada

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UNITE launches fightback in response to Tory labour law; Over 100 Union Locals Endorse Fightback Campaign
Press release by Union of Needletrades, Industrial and Textile Employees (UNITE), 1 November 1995.
Canadian Communists plan for growth and fightback
By Scott Marshall, People's Weekly World, 17 June 1995. Communist Party of Canada.
Canadian Privatization Battle Lifts Off
From Ontario Public Service Employees Union, 24 January 1997. Including a public service buyout by its employees.
Labour leader starts campaign against proposed labour law changes
The Toronto Star, 31 October 2000. The Ontario Federation of Labour (OFL) is trying to build a network of workers to resist proposed laws, expected to be tabled before Christmas, that could make people work longer hours, cut overtime pay and make workers take vacations one day at a time instead of in week-long blocks.