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July 7 - 12:15 PM EDT
Healthcare members at Unifor Local 4600 have reached a tentative agreement with Nova Scotia Health, as part of negotiations.
A still frame from a video shows Ayan, a Black women who works in long-term care looking to camera.
April 1 - 9:30 AM EDT
The Unifor ORC launched a new video titled Let’s Help Ayan, in support of the longstanding campaign for better care, safer work, and fair pay.
Essential workers take part in webinar.
March 31 - 2:00 PM EDT
In an international webinar hosted by the North American Solidarity Project, front-line workers from Canada, the U.S., and Mexico shared experiences.
Loblaw warehouse workers vote to join Unifor
March 24 - 8:30 PM EDT
Unifor welcomes new members from across the country as aviation, long-term care and grocery warehouse workers vote to join the union.
Diverse group of nursing home workers hold campaign material calling to respect us, protect us, pay us.
March 17 - 12:00 PM EDT
The Ontario Court of Appeal has ruled in favour of workers in a precedent-setting case about the method employers must use to maintain proxy pay...
Unifor members take broken heart valentine messages to Alberta MLAs offices.
February 13 - 5:00 PM EST
Unifor members across Alberta took action to stand up to Premier Jason Kenney and his UCP government at ‘Broken Hearts Protests'.
Nurse in personal protective equipment
February 3 - 11:30 AM EST
Unifor is reiterating its demand that the Ontario government allocate funds to support all frontline health care workers.
January 22 - 2:45 PM EST
Unifor members from across Canada gathered online Thursday to honour workers who have died in the pandemic, including three from Unifor.
January 14 - 10:45 AM EST
On January 13, Unifor members from across the country tuned-in to the Education Department’s webinar about anti-Indigenous racism in the health care
July 23 - 12:00 PM EDT
Close to 4,000 nurses across Nova Scotia say they’re tired of waiting for government and their employers to implement a pay increase they are owed...

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