Street Labourers of Windsor
Air Date: Aug 21, 2015 12:00 AM ET
You might think of unions as groups that help negotiate wages for workers with their employers. Now, there's a new union in Windsor whose members either don't work, or they work for tips on the street. We heard from Richard Dalkeith and Andrew Nellis.
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