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April 30 - 8:45 AM EDT
On April 28th, the Day of Mourning, Unifor honoured the 19 workers over the last year who were killed at work or lost to the virus.
Workers at Bombardier Aerospace examine an aircraft engine nacelle
April 29 - 10:30 AM EDT
“I welcome these announcements by the federal government that we have been impatiently waiting for,” added Renaud Gagné, Unifor’s Quebec Director.
Edward Norman, Scott Norman, Jody Norman, and Isaac Kettle
April 28 - 10:00 AM EDT
The past year, marked by a once-in-a-century pandemic, has seen 17 Unifor members die on the job and from the COVID-19 virus now entering a third wave
Photo of Zoom call with 134 participants
April 26 - 4:30 PM EDT
The global pandemic and its impact on workers lives and livelihoods, the urgency to organize for a better world, and vaccine equity dominated discussi
Photo of Zoom call with five panelists
April 26 - 3:30 PM EDT
In a panel discussion on Zoom, U.S. and Canadian workers discussed how many of the same systemic problems of capitalism are fuelling both the COVID-19
Person watching sports on a TV in a bar
April 23 - 7:15 PM EDT
Unifor’s long-standing campaign to legalize single-game sports betting is one step closer to achieving its goal