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Oil and gas economics during COVID-19 pandemic

Oil and gas economics during COVID-19 pandemic

COVID-19 Mental Health Guide

One out of every five Canadians will experience mental illness in normal times. It is both okay to feel out of sorts because of the global COVID-19 crisis. During the pandemic, we must normalize, listen to, and empathize with those experiencing distress.

Applying for employment insurance: a how-to guide for Unifor members

During this extraordinary economic situation, workers may be applying for regular EI benefits for the first time. For some applicants, the process can be challenging. To assist, Unifor has prepared the following “How-To” guide that takes you through the online application process, step-by-step.

Fact Sheet: Protecting Workers From COVID-19

What protections and precautions you can expect from your employer to protect you from COVID-19.

What the Coronavirus (COVID-19) means for energy workers

What the Coronavirus (COVID-19) means for energy workers (Updated April 4)

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

National lobby energy document - May 2018

National lobby energy document - May 2018

Aboriginal and Workers of Colour outreach poster Legal

Aboriginal and Workers of Colour outreach poster legal size

Unifor by the numbers

Unifor has 315,000 members working in every major sector of the Canadian economy. This is a profile of Unifor members by the numbers.

Unifor's Energy Policy

Canada is a country rich in opportunity in part because it is rich in natural resources. Canada’s renewable and non-renewable energy industries are a cornerstone of Canadian prosperity. These industries provide hundreds of thousands of mostly good-paying jobs, they are a prime target of business investment (domestic and foreign) and they pay taxes and royalties which help fund the high quality physical infrastructure and social programs that Canadians have come to expect. This document outlines Unifor’s vision of a Canadian energy policy in six chapters.

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