The economic struggle of the working class in Quebec

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Kenworth Strikers In Canada Stand Firm
By Monica Jones, The Militant, 11 September 1995. The strike at the Kenworth truck plant here remains solid after its third week. The 850 members of Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) Local 728 are waging the strike to improve their pension plan.
Quebec Firestone Strikers: ‘We Have No Choice’
The Militant, 22 January 1996. The strike of 750 workers at the Bridgestone/Firestone tire factory in Joliette, Quebec, continues with no end in sight. We have no choice but to continue the strike; We can't work under the conditions that the company wants to impose.
Nurses' chief slams dissenters
By Kate Swoger, Montreal Gazette, Saturday 31 July 1999. Quebec Federation of Nurses president Jennie Skene read dissenting members of her union the riot act yesterday, accusing them of providing the provincial government with ammunition against the nurses in their labour dispute.
More employees join Montreal truckers' strike
CBC Newsworld, 7 November 2000. In a show of support for truckers involved in an illegal strike, 30 office workers from two major container terminals walked off the job Monday. The 30 employees of Cast Canada and Racine terminals, which handle about 70 per cent of the containers going through the Port of Montreal, demanded their employers respect their labour contracts.