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Document Resource Content of Region National

Community chapter handbook for staff and local unions

Geared toward answering frequent questions from Unifor staff and local union leadership on community chapters, the approval process to start one and some ideas to keep those members involved.

Government Benefits 2014

Government Benefits 2014

"Rights at work" - Why Unions Matter to you AND your community

Canada’s largest union in the private sector is holding meetings across the country over the coming weeks to prepare for a nationwide campaign to defend the rights of Canadians in the workplace.

Workers in Transition

A practical guide for union representatives.

To our allies: Everything you ever wanted to know about Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans Issues…

The LGBT community within Unifor relies on our allies to make our workplaces and our union safe and respectful. In turn, we contribute to building the union and being part of the broader movement for social justice that includes all of us.

Unifor Women's Advocate Program Booklet

One of the best tools the union has to prevent violence against women and workplace harassment is the Women’s Advocate program.

Pipeline Primer

An introduction to the numerous pipeline projects currently being debated in Canada, and to Unifor's demand for a national energy and environmental strategy for Canada.

Where Did Our Rights Come From? The Rand Formula and the Struggle for Union Security

Unifor has produced a colourful new 40-page booklet that charts the history of union security laws and workers' rights in Canada, called "Where did our rights come from?"

Where did our rights come from? - Fleck Strike, 1978

At a time when powerful corporations and their friends in government are trying to roll back the clock on workers' rights, we have much to learn from the inspiring, and often untold, stories of the workers and activists who fought for the rights we enjoy today, and won.

Where did our rights come from? - United Aircraft Strike, 1974

At a time when powerful corporations and their friends in government are trying to roll back the clock on workers' rights, we have much to learn from the inspiring, and often untold, stories of the workers and activists who fought for the rights we enjoy today, and won.

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