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On Thursday, July 21, 2016, former boilermaker Clem Côté passed away from mesothelioma – a deadly cancer caused by asbestos. His family, including daughter Michelle Côté, live with the possibility that they may have been exposed to asbestos second-hand.

Asbestos is the leading cause of work-related death in Canada, accounting for over 2,000 deaths each year. Canadian unions are working hard to win a ban on asbestos, to make workplaces and public spaces safer for all.




News from MGEU: Members working at the Nisichawayasihk Personal Care Home (PCH), Local 367, in...
Manitoba Federation of Labour President Kevin Rebeck expressed disappointment in the priorities...

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Pallister's Bill 7 Will Make it Harder for Everyday Manitobans to Join a Union

For many years now, Manitoba has avoided major labour unrest and experienced relatively few strikes and lockouts.

Manitoba’s stable labour-relations climate has been good for working families and businesses alike and has helped our economy grow. When deciding where to invest their dollars, investors and site selectors look at labour peace as a major economic advantage.

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