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Why CapFriendly was good for labour — but not for the NHL

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There's a reason why workers should know what each other is making: it takes bargaining power away from the owners. View this email in your browser 7Zeld The Province JUNE 14 2024 Why CapFriendly was good for labour — but not for the NHL There's a reason why workers should know what each other is making: it takes bargaining power away from the owners. Read More Why the Canucks are hoping to trade Ilya Mikheyev Could the Canucks trade Filip Hronek? Sure Stanley Cup Final: No suspension for Oilers' Leon Draisaitl, so why was Canucks' Carson Soucy suspended? Visit the comments section on our Canucks stories to share your thoughts on the team.  AROUND THE NHL The End Is Near: Edmonton Oilers dig 3-0 grave in Game 3 loss to Panthers Q&A: Flames coach Ryan Huska on latest hire, power-play duties and much more Plenty to be concerned about as Bombers fall to 0-2 in Ottawa Montreal soccer fans are in for a treat with Euro, Copa América on at the same time CINSCHAFT gg‘,\u NI« 52 el o, oS g E= =3 22 Z o NHL awards Toronto blind hockey player Mark DeMontis Advertise with us Do you have feedback about today's newsletter? Email [email protected] with your feedback. © 2024 Postmedia Network Inc. All rights reserved. Unauthorized distribution, transmission or republication strictly prohibited. 365 Bloor St East, Toronto, ON, M4W 3L4 You received this email because you are subscribed to Vancouver Sun and The Province Sports Newsletters, registered as [email protected] • • • Contact us • Digital Ad Registry © 2024 Postmedia Network Inc. All rights reserved.
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