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AFLAmerican Federation of Labor
AFLAmerican Football League (1960s)
AFLAustralian Football League
AFLArena Football League
AFLAlberta Federation of Labour
AFLAll for Less (phone service plan)
AFLAssessment for Learning (education)
AFLAfloat
AFLAdaptive Forward Lighting (automotive engineering)
AFLAcademic Free License (software license)
AFLAmerica Fujikura Ltd. (various locations)
AFLAeroflot (Russian Airline, ICAO code)
AFLArmed Forces of Liberia
AFLAmerican Fuzzy Lop (rabbit)
AFLActive for Life (various organizations)
AFLAtrial Flutter
AFLAccel Frontline Ltd. (India)
AFLArabic as a Foreign Language (various locations)
AFLAdaptive Forward Lighting
AFLAcademic Free License
AFLAbstract Family of Language
AFLAssociation Française pour la Lecture (French: French Reading Association)
AFLAdvance Fee Loan (various locations)
AFLAssociation Française du Lupus (French: French Lupus Association)
AFLAssociation Française de Limnologie (French: French Limnology Association)
AFLAir Fluid Level
AFLAlcoholics for Life
AFLAlcoholic Fatty Liver
AFLAbstract Family of Languages
AFLAssociation Familiale du Limousin (French: Limousin Family Association; Limousin, France)
AFLAcemai France Logique (French elevator manufacturer)
AFLAbove Floor Level
AFLArtists for Literacy (San Francisco, CA)
AFLAfter Fader Listening (audio mixing)
AFLAutofocus Lock (cameras)
AFLAssisted Family Living (various locations)
AFLAir Force Letter
AFLAbsoFreakinLutely
AFLAuthorized Funding Level
AFLAirborne Flying Laboratory
AFLActive Fuel Length
AFLAutoland Flight Tests
AFLApproximate Full Load
AFLAutomatic Line Feed
AFLAway From Link
AFLApplied Fisheries Laboratory
AFLAuxiliary Fuel Line
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(62.) Alberta Federation of Labour, "Workers Displaced by TFWS Not Getting Their Jobs Back, despite Claims from Company," media release, 10 February 2014; Alberta Federation of Labour, "Prentice Plan to Re-Open TFW Floodgates Would Be Bad News for Working Albertans," media release, 26 September 2014; Alberta Federation of Labour, "Ironworkers Protest against Jobs Being Given to TFWS instead of Qualified Local Tradespeople," media release, 15 January 2015; Dominique Gross, Temporary Foreign Workers in Canada: Are They Really Filling Labour Shortages?
(66.) Alberta Federation of Labour, Entrenching Exploitation: The Second Report of the AFL's Temporary Foreign Worker Advocate (Edmonton 2009); Jason Foster & Bob Barnetson, "Justice for Janitors in Alberta: The Impact of Temporary Foreign Workers on an Organizing Campaign," Journal of Workplace Rights 16, 1 (2012): 3-29; Delphine Nakache & Paula J.
Shortly after that report was made public, in fact I believe it was on December 8,1976, it was discussed at some length at a meeting with the Alberta Federation of Labour, and the Executive Council.
Recently the Alberta Federation of Labour held a conference on economic alternatives, which made another important contribution to this process.
Timed to commemorate the 2012 centenary of the Alberta Federation of Labour the book is issued in large format with copious illustrations --it is an all-round, top-notch production by Athabasca University Press in conjunction with the Alberta Labour History Institute.
Alberta Federation of Labour numbers show the provincial government cut employment training programs by $23 million for 2010.
There are twice as many temporary foreign workers in Alberta than permanent immigrants, and more than half are "low-skilled" workers ("Entrenching Exploitation: The Second Report of the Alberta Federation of Labour Temporary Foreign Worker Advocate" (April 2009) www.afl.org/campaignsissues/tempworker/default.cfm.
Brothers and sisters sporting banners and union caps and jackets surrounded a podium and listened to speakers from the Canadian Building Trades Council, the BC Federation of Labour, The Canadian Labour Congress, the Alberta Federation of Labour and a number of individual unions.
Naylor asked how much the Alberta Federation of Labour is providing.
Those opposed to workplace drug and alcohol testing argue it is discriminatory and an "unjustified violation of workers' privacy" (Alberta Federation of Labour, July 2006).
THE FOLLOWING EXCERPT is from a talk given to the Alberta Federation of Labour by Cicih Sukaesih, a former employee and union activist at a Nike shoe factory in Jakarta, Indonesia.
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