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After more than two years of negotiations, a strike and lockout, bargainers for Maritime Broadcasting System (MBS) Limited and the
The Canadian Media Guild has called an end to its 22-month strike by 7 unionized radio employees at MBS Radio
CMG representatives are in Halifax today for a meeting with MBS Radio facilitated by a mediator, as part of a
Saint John, NB – Seven striking members of The Canadian Media Guild are offering Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau a chance
A group of disrespected professionals, forced to the picket line after being frustrated by stall tactics at the bargaining table
The strikers at MBS Radio in Saint John, New Brunswick, are preparing to spend their second Christmas on the picket
Steelworkers in Saint John for an education conference took time to picket with the seven radio employees who’ve been on strike
The folks on the Fairness Express Bus who are touring eastern Canada this fall to raise awareness about income inequality stopped
On Saturday, the striking Guild members at MBS Radio (the Saint John 7) marched in the Saint John Pride parade, along with members of
You can now support the Saint John Seven by making a direct donation here: http://www.radiofreesaintjohn.fm/.
On June 25, supporters joined the seven media workers who’ve been on strike in Saint John for a year, to
Seven striking radio employees in Saint John – known as the Saint John Seven – will hold a rally tomorrow, Tuesday, June 25 to mark the one-year anniversary of the strike against their employer, MBS Radio (Maritime Broadcasting System).
On June 25, 2012, the Saint John 7 began a strike against Halifax-based MBS (Maritime Broadcasting System) Radio, when the company refused to budge significantly on salaries that are about HALF the average in other similar-sized markets, based on the latest CRTC numbers.
Seven radio employees of MBS Radio are seeking a fair deal. They’ve been on strike for a year because they
More than 200 members of the New Brunswick Federation of Labour joined the Saint John 7, the MBS radio
Media sector delegates from Communications Workers of America, CMG’s parent union, donated more than $3 000 to support striking radio staff at MBS Radio
The Guild met last Friday with MBS Radio to pursue negotiations for a first agreement for the Halifax newsroom. The
Seven striking radio employees from Saint John announced today they are expanding their fight for a fair deal with their
Starting Monday, January 21st, striking Maritime Broadcasting System (MBS) employees from Saint John are expanding their boycott of MBS stations into the Moncton area.
Striking radio employees will be announcing details of an expanded boycott campaign across the Maritimes against their employer, MBS Radio