2 edition of 1978-79 strike at INCO found in the catalog.
1978-79 strike at INCO
Bibliography: p. viii-ix.
|LC Classifications||HD5329M62 1978 S86|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 82 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||82|
After a particularly bitter series of strikes, Inco took a new approach beginning in Professor Cachon and Mr. Fera said that the company began sharing internal accounts with the union, a Author: Ian Austen. The strike at Vale Inco began in mid-July at Sudbury, a city of , inhabitants, one third of them Francophone. In early August the strike was joined by workers at the Vale Inco refinery in Port Colborne, on Lake Erie, and the mine at Voisey’s Bay in Labrador.
Books at Amazon. The Books homepage helps you explore Earth's Biggest Bookstore without ever leaving the comfort of your couch. Here you'll find current best sellers in books, new releases in books, deals in books, Kindle eBooks, Audible audiobooks, and so much more. Canada: Vale-Inco strike now longest in Sudbury Basin history By Carl Bronski 15 April Earlier this week the strike at the giant Vale Inco nickel mining complex in .
Michael Solski (October 2, – Octo ) was a union leader, politician, and author in the Canadian province of was president of the International Union of Mine, Mill, and Smelter Workers (Mine Mill) Local from to , at a time when it was the largest single local in Canada. He later served as the mayor of Coniston (–) and of Nickel Centre ( Rich Duthie uses the and Inco strikes as backdrop to 'explore the past' as part of his 's a lot of anniversaries intersecting right now when it comes to Greater Sudbury's mining labour 60th anniversary of the day-long Mine Mill-Inco strike .
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The strike at INCO: the effects on families: a report / Henry Radecki. HD M72 S82 Dying for gold: the true story of the Giant mine murders / Lee Selleck and Francis Thompson.
Is there a problem with an e-resource. If so, please indicate which one: Brief Description. 11,6oo workers were on strike for 81/2 months, from September 1i,to The strike involved the wages of family units repre-sent individuals, or about 26% of the population of metropolitan Sudbury.
The strike is considered to be the longest against INCO. The –79 INCO Workers' Strike in the Sudbury Basin and Its Impact on Alcohol Consumption and Drinking Patterns. Norman Giesbrecht, Glen Markle & Scott Macdonald Journal of Public Health Policy volume 3, pages 22 – 38 ()Cite this articleCited by: The strike was, at the time, the worst in Canadian history in work days lost because the Inco work force was much larger then.
That strike. J Public Health Policy. Mar;3(1) The INCO workers' strike in the Sudbury basin and its impact on alcohol consumption and drinking by: Canadian Strikes. This subject guide is meant to assist students, particularly those enrolled in IRE, with research papers and assignments.
The 1978-79 strike at INCO book at INCO: the effects on families: a report by Henry Radecki Publication Date: The book provides a comprehensive analysis of all the factors in this dramatic dispute Author: Cirhr Library.
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Steelworkers Local went on strike against Vale’s predecessor, Inco, for 10 and a half months from Sept. 15, until June 7, The labour dispute, which invol workers, and starved Inco of more than 22 million hours of labour, smashed records at the time for the longest strike in Canadian history.
For Mulroy, the Inco strike changed everything. Mulroy became involved with Wives Supporting the Strike as a liaison between the wives and the union. “Meeting the wives was the best thing that ever happened to me,” she says. The Norfolk and Western Strike of Hardcover – January 1, by Robert E Bedingfield (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ $ Paperback "Please retry" Author: Robert E Bedingfield. Add tags for "One year later: the strike at INCO: the effects on families". Be the first. The most significant of these occurred in –79, when workers with the United Steelworkers of America struck for days — the largest strike in Canadian history in terms of lost labour hours (the –10 strike would last longer, but with more people working for Inco in –79, that year’s strike represented a higher loss of.
Steelworkers Local went on strike against Vale’s predecessor, Inco, for 10 and a half months from Sept. 15, until June 7, The labour dispute, which invol workers, and starved Inco of more than 22 million hours of labour, smashed records at the time for the longest strike.
During the Inco Miners’ Strike (USWA), a group of miners’ wives formed a Wives support committee which then sent representatives to march in the.
The character of Molly was inspired by real life events that occurred during the /79 strike in Sudbury, Steelworkers vs INCO. Thanks also to David Patterson. Without their help and that of many others, this work of fiction would never have been able to capture the nature and temperament of the strike from beginning to end.
Inco veterans shared their experiences from the eight-and-a-half month long with those involved in the current vale inco strike. Re-Inventing Production Systems and Industrial Relations: Technology-Driven Transformation in the Canadian Metal-Mining Industry The Strike at Inco, the Effects on Families: A Report Author: Richard P.
Chaykowski. Wintersong (), third and final volume of The Nickel Range Trilogy, is a fictionalized account of the epic strike pitting s workers and their families against the nickel giant Inco.
Covers art and illustrations are by Sudbury artist Oryst Sawchuk. This is now the longest strike in the history of mining in the Sudbury Basin surpassing the 8 month, 23 day strike fought by Local in If anyone needed a precise example of what capitalist globalization means, this is it.
Inthe assets of Inco were purchased by CVRD (now Vale Inco), a Brazilian-based mining conglomerate. The strike at the former Inco Ltd. began on Jand was markedly bitter at times, with the union accusing the Vale of bad-faith bargaining and the company taking the union to court over.
The strike marked the ninth walkout at the former Inco operations since including an 8 ½-month walkout by more t workers in That was the biggest strike .The strike at the former Inco Ltd.
began on Jand was markedly bitter at times, with the union accusing the Vale of bad faith bargaining and the company taking the union to court over.