Unifor recognizes the valuable contribution of equity-seeking groups within the union. Women, racialized workers, Aboriginal workers, LGBTQ, workers with disabilities, young workers, and others, bring to the union inspiration, innovation and dignity.
The advent of new hydraulic fracturing (or “fracking”) technologies has dramatically altered the economic and environmental effects of the petroleum industry in recent years – around the world, but especially in North America....
Unifor is dedicated to improving the lives of workers and their families in Canada and around the world. One way we express that commitment is through our Social Justice Fund.
The Unifor Social Justice Fund promotes and supports the role of trade unions and workers groups in their efforts to strengthen democracy, promote equitable development, and contribute to poverty reduction, social justice and education reform.