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February 18, 2019

NORTH BAY –Unifor Local 103 has reached a tentative agreement with the Ontario Northland Transportation Commission (ONTC) to renew all five Unifor Agreements that expired on December 31, 2018. 

TORONTO -Visitors to the Canadian Auto Show in Toronto this weekend were greeted by Unifor members and encouraged to join Unifor’s campaign to boycott GM vehicles made in Mexico.

TORONTO – Media are invited to a press conference marking the start of a provincial lobby week that will bring together public and private sector workers in Ontario. 

TORONTO -  Unifor Local 4268 has reached a tentative agreement with Campeau Bus Lines on February 14.  If accepted by the membership strike action will be averted.

TORONTO - School bus drivers working for Campeau Bus Lines have voted 95.8 per cent in favour of strike action if a collective agreement cannot be reached by 12:01 am Tuesday February 19, 2019.

February 8, 2019

TORONTO - A solidarity event is underway at Lear Corporation in Whitby, Ontario in support of Unifor's #SaveOshawaGM campaign.

February 6, 2019

After securing solid contract gains last spring, about 140 Unifor members at Norbord in Barwick are now seeing big profit sharing cheques to kick off 2019. 

February 6, 2019

TORONTO- General Motors (GM) has announced that it earned a whopping US $8.1 billion profit in 2018, this as the company plans to sacrifice tens of thousands of Canadian jobs with the closure of the Oshawa Assembly Plant.

February 5, 2019

TORONTO - Campeau Bus Lines’ demand for unpaid work time from school bus drivers and other violations of the Canada Labour Code must be stopped, says Unifor.

TORONTO- Unifor demands Ford government put a stop to secret privatization plans and come clean about intentions for Ontario’s healthcare system.

January 31, 2019

ST. JOHN’S – Unifor is donating $22,500 to the Community Food Sharing Association in St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador after a fire wiped out its entire stock at the warehouse that supplies many area food banks.

Toronto- Unifor believes plans to privatize and consolidate health care services included in a leaked Ontario PC draft government bill will devastate communities across the province.

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