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Unifor is the largest private-sector trade union in Canada representing over 310,000 members who live in all regions of Canada, and working in virtually...

Unifor supports Rogers Media’s application for 9(1)(h) status(OMNI Regional) conditional of OMNI news programming commitments that are commensurate to more...

Unifor is calling upon Canada’s federal TV regulator to put teeth into broadcasters’ licence conditions for daily local news, including programming targeted...

On behalf of Unifor, we are pleased to submit the attached intervention with respect to Telecom Notice of Consultation CRTC 2015-134.
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Unifor supports the goals of Ontario's climate change action program but the union, representing members who work at 30 of the 150 large emitters listed on...

Jerry Dias, Unifor National President
March 8, 2016

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Closing the gender wage gap must be treated as a human rights priority. It is more than just pay equity. It is about access to quality education,...

A ground-breaking bill was introduced last fall in the Manitoba legislature which would provide workers facing domestic violence with paid leave from work...

The welfare state retrenchment that has dominated federal politics since the 1980s has not only failed to stimulate higher levels of investment or faster...

Unifor activists in Ontario fought hard to include violence, sexual harassment and domestic violence in the Occupational Health & Safety Act. Changes...

Investing in social services, job creation and economic growth must be the focus of the upcoming Ontario budget. That’s the message Unifor delivered to the...

Submission by Unifor to the Ontario Changing Workplaces Consultation.

This submission represents a comprehensive effort by Unifor to analyze the...

Katha Fortier, Ontario Regional Director's deputation to Ontario changing workplaces review in Toronto,ON.

Unifor welcomes the invitation to make a submission concerning women in skilled trades and STEM occupations. Unifor represents 305,000 workers in Canada...

Unifor welcomes the opportunity to provide its views to the Select Committee on Sexual Violence and Harassment...

The establishment of a review of the regulated child care sector in the province by the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development is an...

Unifor is Canada’s largest private-sector trade union, but we have members in the provincial and federal public sectors as well, in virtually every industry...

Unifor welcomes the opportunity to provide feedback on the key design questions raised in the December 2014 consultation paper on the Ontario Retirement...

Unifor Local 1075 President Dominic Pasqualino spoke to the Toronto Transit Commission board on August 19.  Here is a transcript of his address:...

On June 27, Unifor submitted an intervention to the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) regarding its review of the...

“Unifor has analyzed the Ontario PC “Million Jobs Plan.” We find serious mathematical errors that dramatically overstate job creation, and reveal that the...

Unifor is calling on the federal government to take strong action to help young people facing and increasingly difficult job market that offers them little...

On February 28, Unifor submitted an intervention to the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) regarding Rogers Broadcasting...

Unifor opposes Bill C-525.

Bill C-525 is not about employee democracy as its title suggests. It is about eroding the ability of employees in Canada...

November 19, 2013 Unifor made a submission to the Standing Committee on Human Resources, Skills and Social Development and the Status of Persons with...

This is a submission from the former CEP union in July 2013 to the National Energy Board regarding the proposal to reverse the direction of flow in the...

Unifor Economist Jim Stanford and Assistant to the President Dave Moffat  spoke Thursday, Nov. 21, 2013, before the House of Commons Standing Committee on...

It is inappropriate for the Harper government to bring in sweeping labour law changes through an omnibus budget implementation bill, making proper...

Unifor is calling on the commission (CRTC) to require broadcasters to dedicate more of the tangible benefits from any merger or takeover to enhancing local...

November 19, 2013 Unifor made a submission to the CIIT Hearings on the Canada-European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement. T...

Unifor has made a submission to the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission on averaging hours of local programming, calling on the CRTC...

Presented by Jim Stanford, Economist Jordan Brennan, Economist

The Unifor submission points out...