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Document Resource Content of Region Atlantic

Unifor Submission to the Nova Scotia Expert Advisory Panel on Long-Term Care

Unifor outlines the crisis in long-term care in Nova Scotia and submits recommendations to improve working conditions for its members and the living conditions for residents.

Unifor by the numbers - Atlantic

Unifor by the numbers in the Atlantic region, representing 31,200 members.

Municipal Resolution on Softwood Lumber Dispute

Submit this motion of support for Canada's softwood lumber communities to your municipal government.

What Bill 1 means for you

Nova Scotia's health care unions have reached an agreement with the government about the future of bargaining for the sector. This document outlines the details of the new agreement and what it means for health care workers.

Frequently asked questions about joining Unifor - Prince Edward Island

Frequently asked questions about joining Unifor - Prince Edward Island

Frequently asked questions about joining Unifor - Nova Scotia

Frequently asked questions about joining Unifor - Nova Scotia

Frequently asked questions about joining Unifor - Newfoundland

Frequently asked questions about joining Unifor - Newfoundland

Frequently asked questions about joining Unifor - New Brunswick

Frequently asked questions about joining Unifor - New Brunswick

How the right to refuse works -Prince Edward Island -2017

You have the right to refuse unsafe work use it.

How the right to refuse works - Nova Scotia - 2017

You have the right to refuse unsafe work use it.

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