Unifor's Constitution outlines the union's organizational structure, statement of principles, democratic governance and other core elements.
The Unifor Public Review Board (PRB) hears disputes on local and pan-Canadian issues and disputes relating to the union's constitution and policies. Visit the PRB site for more information.
The union also adopts policies on issues affecting workers in Canada and around the word to guide bargaining and advocacy efforts. Here you will find all current Unifor policies approved by the union's National Executive Board.
Unifor's Political Action team lobbies on these policies to make change for all people living in Canada. See how the union is engaging with Canada's 42nd parliament. Read more.