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By CMG  •  Posted on May 30, 2011

Shaw management has denied that they violated the collective agreement by paying several Guild members less than the minimum rates in our collective agreement and by using an unpaid intern to do bargaining unit work. With their minimal response, we … Read more »

By CMG  •  Posted on May 4, 2011

In the course of negotiating the new collective agreement, the union and management became aware that some employees are being paid below the minimum salary rates in the current agreement. Shaw management proposed to adjust the salaries of those members … Read more »

By CMG  •  Posted on September 1, 2010

Some of you have received an e-mail or been approached by members of the CEP about an arbitration hearing that is beginning tomorrow, September 1. With all due respect to our colleagues, we’d like to correct the record. The Sept. … Read more »

By CMG  •  Posted on August 14, 2006

We are happy to report that the grievance filed by the Canadian Media Guild regarding the 2005 layoffs at TVOntario has been resolved. With the assistance of arbitrator Paula Knopf, the Guild and the employer reached a settlement for each … Read more »

By CMG  •  Posted on December 14, 2005

Are you interested in resolving conflicts? Do you want to help improve working conditions for your CBC colleagues across the country? Do you want to be an advocate for Guild members caught in a dispute with CBC management? If so, … Read more »

By CMG  •  Posted on June 16, 2005

The Canadian Media Guild is fighting to get back pay for an employee who was refused work for several months on account of his disability. The disability may prove to be caused by his job. A very senior camera person … Read more »

By CMG  •  Posted on January 26, 2005

Permanent employees facing layoff can either accept a temporary job at the CBC or quit and give up their rights under the collective agreement, according to a new move by CBC management. Days before Christmas, the CBC advised a 16-year … Read more »

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