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    [2] https://usw1944.ca/system/files/collective-agreement-surrey-2018-2023.pdf
     
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    [5] https://usw1944.ca/system/files/collective-agreement-vancouver-2018-2023.pdf
     
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    [7] https://usw1944.ca/system/files/shawdropsvancouversurrey2015.pdf
     
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    [3] https://usw1944.ca/system/files/collective-agreement-surrey-2018-2023.pdf
     
    [4] https://usw1944.ca/system/files/shawdropsvancouversurrey2015.pdf
     
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    [6] https://usw1944.ca/system/files/collective-agreement-vancouver-2018-2023.pdf
     
    [7] https://usw1944.ca/system/files/shawdropsvancouversurrey2015.pdf
     
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    [3] https://usw1944.ca/system/files/collective-agreement-surrey-2018-2023.pdf
     
    [4] https://usw1944.ca/system/files/shawdropsvancouversurrey2015.pdf
     
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    We are the United Steelworkers, North America’s largest industrial union. We’re 1.2 million members and retirees strong in the United States, Canada and the Caribbean. We proudly represent men and women who work in nearly every industry there is. Our members are leaders in your communities, in your work places, in our governments and more. We have a presence in the United Kingdom, Ireland, England, Scotland, Mexico and many other places around the world.

    We believe in better. We stand up and fight back for better. We work for working families around the world.

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    We are the United Steelworkers, North America’s largest industrial union. We’re 1.2 million members and retirees strong in the United States, Canada, and the Caribbean.  We’re 1.2 million members and retirees strong in the United States, Canada, and the Caribbean.  We’re 1.2 million members and retirees strong in the United States, Canada, and the Caribbean. 
     
    We are the United Steelworkers, North America’s largest industrial union. We’re 1.2 million members and retirees strong in the United States, Canada, and the Caribbean.  We’re 1.2 million members and retirees strong in the United States, Canada, and the Caribbean.  We’re 1.2 million members and retirees strong in the United States, Canada, and the Caribbean. 
     
    We are the United Steelworkers, North America’s largest industrial union. We’re 1.2 million members and retirees strong in the United States, Canada, and the Caribbean.  We’re 1.2 million members and retirees strong in the United States, Canada, and the Caribbean.  We’re 1.2 million members and retirees strong in the United States, Canada, and the Caribbean. 
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    PITTSBURGH (Sept. 19) – Members of the United Steelworkers (USW) voted overwhelmingly this week to ratify a new four-year master agreement that covers about 1,600 production and maintenance workers at five Alcoa facilities in the United States.The contract includes annual wage increases of more than 12 percent over the term of the agreement and maintains high-quality, affordable health care coverage. The contract covers USW Local 104 at Alcoa’s Warrick, Ind., facility; Local 420A at Massena, N.Y.; Local 5073 at Gum Springs, Ark.; Local 4370 at Point Comfort, Texas; and Local 310A in Wenatchee, Wash. 
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    PITTSBURGH (Sept. 19) – Members of the United Steelworkers (USW) voted overwhelmingly this week to ratify a new four-year master agreement that covers about 1,600 production and maintenance workers at five Alcoa facilities in the United States.[]The contract includes annual wage increases of more than 12 percent over the term of the agreement and maintains high-quality, affordable health care coverage. The contract covers USW Local 104 at Alcoa’s Warrick, Ind., facility; Local 420A at Massena, N.Y.; Local 5073 at Gum Springs, Ark.; Local 4370 at Point Comfort, Texas; and Local 310A in Wenatchee, Wash. 
     
    “This is a challenging time for these workers, with unfair trade and declining prices taking their toll on the U.S. aluminum industry,” said USW International President Thomas M. Conway. “Thanks to their strength and solidarity, they were able to achieve a fair agreement, one that makes sure they can continue to care for their families and also positions the company for future success.”
     
    “This is a challenging time for these workers, with unfair trade and declining prices taking their toll on the U.S. aluminum industry,” said USW International President Thomas M. Conway. “Thanks to their strength and solidarity, they were able to achieve a fair agreement, one that makes sure they can continue to care for their families and also positions the company for future success.”
     
    Bargaining stretched past the previous contract’s expiration date in May. As talks continued, workers voted to authorize the USW bargaining committee to call a...
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    PITTSBURGH (Sept. 19) – Members of the United Steelworkers (USW) voted overwhelmingly this week to ratify a new four-year master agreement that covers about 1,600 production and maintenance workers at five Alcoa facilities in the United States.
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    PITTSBURGH (Sept. 19) – Members of the United Steelworkers (USW) voted overwhelmingly this week to ratify a new four-year master agreement that covers about 1,600 production and maintenance workers at five Alcoa facilities in the United States.The contract includes annual wage increases of more than 12 percent over the term of the agreement and maintains high-quality, affordable health care coverage. The contract covers USW Local 104 at Alcoa’s Warrick, Ind., facility; Local 420A at Massena, N.Y.; Local 5073 at Gum Springs, Ark.; Local 4370 at Point Comfort, Texas; and Local 310A in Wenatchee, Wash. 
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    The contract includes annual wage increases of more than 12 percent over the term of the agreement and maintains high-quality, affordable health care coverage. The contract covers USW Local 104 at Alcoa’s Warrick, Ind., facility; Local 420A at Massena, N.Y.; Local 5073 at Gum Springs, Ark.; Local 4370 at Point Comfort, Texas; and Local 310A in Wenatchee, Wash. 
      
     
    “This is a challenging time for these workers, with unfair trade and declining prices taking their toll on the U.S. aluminum industry,” said USW International President Thomas M. Conway. “Thanks to their strength and solidarity, they were able to achieve a fair agreement, one that makes sure they can continue to care for their families and also positions the company for future success.”
     
    “This is a challenging time for these workers, with unfair trade and declining prices taking their toll on the U.S. aluminum industry,” said USW International President Thomas M. Conway. “Thanks to their strength and solidarity, they were able to achieve a fair agreement, one that makes sure they can continue to care for their families and also positions the company for future success.”
     
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