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CTV studios in Scarborough.
July 27 - 2:15 PM EDT
Workers at Bell Media outlets across Canada have ratified collective agreements containing significant improvements after committing to coordinated...
National Post and Toronto Sun newspaper boxes.
July 21 - 9:00 AM EDT
Journalists at the National Post have ratified their first collective agreement – with improvements in wages, overtime pay and a commitment to address
Arial view of a shut down casino and an empty parking lot
July 15 - 10:15 AM EDT
Unifor members working in the gaming sector are returning to work this month, many of them after more than a year on layoff
July 15 - 9:15 AM EDT
Unifor and its Local 87-M have negotiated a first contract at the National Post, where journalists at Postmedia’s flagship newspaper voted to join.
Bandana for Racial Justice Day w Unifor Logo
July 14 - 11:00 AM EDT
The bandanas are available at the Unifor online store or through local offices, with a portion of the proceeds being donated to organizations.
Build back better through bargaining. Unifor's Recovery-Based Collective Bargaining Program July 2021
July 9 - 9:00 AM EDT
Unifor is launching an ambitious new national ‘Recovery-Based Bargaining Program’ for staff and local bargaining committees that outlines new priority
Unifor National Representative Ken Bondy participates in Steps for Life.
June 29 - 8:15 AM EDT
A team of Unifor volunteers has raised more than $7,500 to help the families of workers hurt on the job, taking part in the annual Steps for Life...
Canabis infused oils with a backdrop of canabis leaves.
June 29 - 8:00 AM EDT
Unifor Local 636 has successfully bargained for medical marijuana to be covered in member’s benefits package, including for their dependant children.
Brenda Gunn
June 24 - 11:30 AM EDT
Unifor held its fourth webinar for National Indigenous History Month, led by Indigenous Liaison Gina Smoke on June 22, 2121
Unifor's Drag the red boad
June 21 - 12:00 PM EDT
Unifor is a key supporter and sponsor of the Winnipeg community-driven campaign to ‘Drag the Red’ river in Manitoba.

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