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Paid Leave for Workers Facing Domestic or Sexual Violence

We commend the BC government for recognizing the importance of job-protected domestic and sexual violence leave; however, we were deeply disappointed that the initial legislation did not include paid leave.

Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe letter to Unifor National President Jerry Dias 2019-09-25

Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe letter to Unifor National Jerry Dias about 2019 Crowns bargaining

Bottom Line Conference Report April 2019 - Vancouver B.C.

Bottom Line Conference Report April 2019 - Vancouver B.C.

B.C. Container Trucking Commissioner Decision #17 (Aheer Transportation Ltd.)

B.C. Container Trucking Commissioner Decision #17 (Aheer Transportation Ltd.)

Unifor Submission to the B.C. Labour Relations Code Review

Make it Fair: Restoring Balance, Fairness and Opportunity in B.C.'s Labour Market

B.C. Submission for $15 minimum wage

Unifor is pleased to provide its views and input into the process of increasing British Columbia's minimum wage. For more information please visit the Make it Fair pagea; http://www.unifor.org/en/take-action/campaigns/make-it-fair

Unifor by the numbers - British Columbia

Unifor by the numbers in British Columbia, representing 28,300 members.

Unifor by the numbers - Prairies

Unifor by the numbers in the prairie provinces, representing 40,900 members.

Arbitration Decision: Unifor-VCTA v Aheer and Sunlover

BC ruling in favour of Unifor-Vancouver Container Truckers' Association versus Aheer Transportation Limited and Sunlover Holding Co. Limited. Arbitrated by James Dorsey.

How the right to refuse works - Nunavut - 2017

You have the right to refuse unsafe work use it.

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