CNTUConfederation of National Trade Unions
CNTUCanadian National Tippler Union (Pickering, Ontario, Canada)
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(82.) "Asbestos Policy Copies Mine, CNTU Charges," Globe and Mail, 14 April 1975.
In a letter sent to President Hugo Chavez via the Venezuelan Embassy, the CNTU expressed its concern that "the agreement between the two countries has not been given the up most importance in the Dominican Republic."
(3.) Canada Labour Relations Board, "Syndicat des employes des Banques Nationals de Rimouski (cntu), applicant, and National Bank of Canada, employer, di 58 (September 1986).
The Central Nacional de Transportistas Unificados (CNTU) charged that most stations have rigged their pumps to deliver less than the indicated quantity.
Subsequently, a committee was formed including the PDS (already pro-unity), the Quebec Communist Party, the Green Party and various groups such as the CSN's (CNTU) Conseil central de Montreal.
Therese Montpas headed the Quebec City section of the Confederation of National Trade Unions, a woman led the great CNTU strike at Trust General, Monique Simard was vice-president of the movement nationally.
It changed its title in 1960 to the Confederation of National Trade Unions (CNTU).