Wildcat strikes hit Quebec construction sites
Construction workers could be off the job all week at sites across the province. The workers are protesting a bill which would allow the government to place non-unionized workers on construction sites. We speak to Yves-Thomas Dorval, president of the Quebec Employer's Council, an association that opposes the workers' actions. We also hear from two companies affected by the strikes, RioTintoAlcan and ArcelorMittal.
Previously on Quebec AM:
- Construction union reaction to Bill 33 - Quebec AM (October 12th, 2011)
- Quebec construction work stoppages continue - CBC News (October 25th, 2011)
- Les chantiers du Québec encore paralysés par un vaste mouvement de débrayage - Radio-Canada (October 25th, 2011)