Unifor is Canada’s largest media union representing over 13,000 workers from coast to coast in printing, graphic arts, newspapers, film and broadcasting.
Unifor's democratically elected Media Industry Council advocates for Canada's media industries, the national sovereignty of our culture, and the essential role of an independent media in our democratic life.
Download Unifor's Media Policy document here.
- Local programming changes and job cuts at City Winnipeg
On January 23rd Media Director Howard Law sent a letter to John Traversy, as the union representing workers at CHMI TV (City) in Winnipeg, Manitoba, and on behalf of the members of Unifor Local 826M, I would like to provide the Commission with additional background information following the announced layoffs and programming changes at City Winnipeg... To read the full letter please click here
- Digital-First at La Presse
On May 23rd Media Director Howard Law accompanied a delegation from Local 87-M that was welcomed by President of the La Presse union, Charles Côté at their building on the edge of the old town. To read his report back from the meeting, click here.
- Download the tips for filling out the CRTC Let's Talk TV survey!
- On February 28, Unifor submitted an intervention to the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) regarding Rogers Broadcasting Limited’s television license renewal application. To view the speakers notes please click here.