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I forgot about Canada.

Thursday, October 7th, 2010

There is now a Walmart with a union contract in North America. I wonder how long it will stay open?


Monday, June 28th, 2010

Canadians can now request and carry the official Walmart MasterCard courtesy of the federally licensed Walmart Canada Bank. The first question I have is does it work in the United States (it should) is there any prohibition of an American getting one? I’m betting there isn’t, specially if there is a bank online option. Walmart […]


Sunday, June 6th, 2010

Perhaps the decision is the result of group hate, perhaps the move is a throw-the-bums-out dynamic. Perhaps Canadians have simply lost their minds. I can’t tell, but now Canadians are going to start loaning money directly to Walmart. I can’t help but feel that this will not turn out well. From Financial Post: Wal-Mart would […]


Thursday, February 11th, 2010

Normally I would simply abstract this email I received from Derek Johnstone concerning Walmart’s Green Business Summit and the Winter Olympics opening tomorrow in Vancouver, Canada, but I felt the whole letter was worth reading. Enjoy. As Walmart’s travelling “Green Business Summit” is piggyback on the Olympics by setting up shop in Vancouver this week, […]

This too is what unions do.

Thursday, April 9th, 2009

More on that union contract at that Walmart in Canada from the NYT: In a statement announcing the decision, the union said that it gives the employees in St. Hyacinthe, Quebec, a legally binding grievance process, a wage structure “free from favoritism” and seniority rights. I had the grievance procedure and the seniority rights in […]

This is what unions do.

Wednesday, April 8th, 2009

Big news from the Great White North today, but you wouldn’t know it from the Wall Street Journal: An arbitrator has imposed a contract on a Wal-Mart Canada Corp. store in Quebec that the company says preserves the status quo for wages and benefits. The store in Saint-Hyacinthe, about an hour east of Montreal, was […]


Wednesday, March 4th, 2009

Walmart’s five-year experiment of going head-to-head with Costco in Walmart is over and Costco won. Walmart is closing it six-store Sam’s Club operation in Canada and a lot of people are out of work when it’s not good to be unemployed. Walmart is hopeful. The store closures will affect 1,200 employees. “We are hopeful many […]

Walmart workers should send the UFCW a big thank you note.

Friday, December 26th, 2008

We’ve already discussed the Walmart settlement of most of the wages and hours suits against it in this space. Robert called it cleaning up the legal docket for the new CEO. A guy quoted in the Wall Street Journal’s Law Blog goes much further: Paul M. Secunda, an associate professor at Marquette University Law School, […]

O Canada!

Thursday, December 18th, 2008

UFCW Press Release (via Wal-Mart Watch): Over 150 Wal-Mart workers in Hull, Que., have become the ninth group of Canadian “associates” to join the country’s largest private-sector union after a Dec. 17 decision by the Quebec Labour Board awarded bargaining rights for the Hull location to the United Food and Commercial Workers Canada (UFCW Canada). […]

Like the dark following each new day…

Wednesday, December 10th, 2008

I guess could mention that a Walmart in Canada just unionized, but they’re just going to close it anyways so what’s the frickin’ point? It’s going to have to take every Walmart in Canada unionizing at the same time to really make a difference.


Friday, October 17th, 2008

Part of David Cheesewright’s job as Walmart Canada’s CEO is keeping the main office’s troops fired up (and getting rid of pesky unionized workers by closing their store). But the man clearly has no shame as evidenced by the pep rally he held this week. From Toronto’s Globe And Mail: With economic winds blowing ill, […]

Bad faith.

Thursday, October 16th, 2008

Stupid Wal-Mart Watch. I start planning a blogging break after two posts today, and they go and pull me back in: Wal-Mart Canada announced Thursday that it was shutting the Gatineau outlet because a union contract, which came into force in August, didn’t fit with its business model. It is the second time Wal-Mart has […]


Monday, September 22nd, 2008

And that’s a good thing. I’ve written here before about what people do with abandoned Walmarts, but in the news this morning is the story of Walmart moving into an abandoned Costco in Vancouver, British Columbia. Walmart can be educated. From the Daily Commercial News And Construction Record: The Grandview Highway Wal-Mart in Vancouver is […]


Friday, August 22nd, 2008

The back slapping, high fives and even, dare I suggest, the fist bumps have subsided after a Canadian judge handed Walmart a defeat in the company’s continued war on unions. Now workers and unions have to decide what to do next. From the Montreal Gazette: “Right now, the U.S. economy is in bad shape: low-wage […]