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Unifor is disappointed but not surprised at Federated Co-operatives Limited’s (FCL) refusal to accept the union’s offer today to return to the bargaining table.

REGINA– Unifor’s latest attempt to return to the bargaining table has been rebuked by Federated Co-operatives Limited, (FCL) which clearly has no interest in bargaining fairly or ending the dispute that has escalated in the last week.

REGINA—Unifor’s National President Jerry Dias will provide an update on the latest development in the union’s attempt to return to the bargaining table and reach an agreement to end the 48-day lock out of nearly 800 refinery workers.

Talks broke off between Unifor and Grand River Transit as it became clear that the employer was not willing to offer new proposals.

REGINA–Union leaders from across Canada will join locked out Unifor Local 594 members in solidarity as they spend a 48thday locked out on a picket line at the Co-op Refinery.

REGINA– Unifor National President Jerry Dias will be available to speak to media at 10:30 am outside the Co-op Cardlock and Unifor activists will hold a rally at 12:30 pm on the picket line at the Co-op Refinery.

REGINA−After hundreds of Unifor members from across Canada came out to peacefully support locked out Co-op Refinery workers, the Regina Police chose to escalate the situation with heavy handed and extreme tactics, including the arrest of Unifor National President Jerry Dias and W

KITCHENER- Tim Jewell, Unifor Local 4304 President, will be available to speak with media as Grand River Transit employees begin strike action Tuesday morning.

REGINA Unifor announced an escalation of job action and turned the tables on Federated Co-operatives Ltd. (FCL) by effectively shutting down the refinery as hundreds of union activists surrounded the 544 acre facility.

REGINA– Unifor National President Jerry Dias will join Local 594 members and hundreds of their supporters to announce a significant development on day 46 of the lock out by Federated Co-operatives Limited (FCL).

KITCHENER – Unifor Local 4304 members working at Grand River Transit are preparing to begin strike action after rejecting the tentative agreement negotiated with the transit service last week.

REGINA - As the lockout of nearly 800 refinery workers enters its seventh week, more proof that Federated Co-operatives Limited is a corporate bully emerged as five radio stations refused to air Unifor’s newest radi

TORONTO— Unifor Local 2002, the union representing customer service agents in call centres and airports, customer journey management and customer relations representatives have reached a tentative agreement with Air Canada.

KITCHENER – Unifor Local 4304 and Grand River Transit have negotiated a tentative collective agreement, averting a strike at the transit utility.

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