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KINCARDINE– Sobeys grocery store workers in Kincardine, Ontario have voted to ratify a new collective agreement that achieves gains, including wage increases, schedule improvements, and benefit gains.

TORONTO – Unifor welcomes the Ontario government's long-term care staffing plan to establish an average of four hours of direct care for long-term care residents but remains concerned on its implementation timeline.

December 15, 2020

WINDSOR – A lack of access to PPEs at The Village at St. Clair, a long-term care facility, has contributed to an outbreak of COVID-19 cases.

Following a years-long campaign, Bell workers secure the reversal of Wireless Home Internet (WHI) contracting-out in Ontario and Quebec.

Unifor Local 414 and Sobeys Kincardine have reached a tentative collective agreement, covering 138 workers at the store.

OTTAWA—The federal government’s revised climate plan, A Healthy Environment and a Healthy Economy, commits to many important steps to cut pollu

Negotiations to renew the collective agreement between Unifor Local 414 and the Sobeys grocery store in Kincardine, Ontario are approaching a strike deadline of 12:01 a.m. Sunday December 13, 2020.

December 8, 2020

TORONTO – The Ontario Auditor General's annual report finds blatant disregard for residents and staff in the retirement home sector.

December 8, 2020

WINDSOR – Health care workers represented by Unifor Local 2458 will escalate actions by holding a rally outside of Fairfield Park long term care home to demand a fair and equitable collective.

December 1, 2020

OTTAWA – Airline workers remain in the dark following yesterday’s financial update, wondering when the government plans to establish a national aviation recovery strategy.

Health care workers at Brouillette Manor held a rally outside the facility demanding a fair and equitable collective agreement after contract negotiations came to a standstill.

November 30, 2020

OTTAWA – Unifor applauds steps taken in today’s fiscal update that seek to start the COVID-19 economic recovery, and build back better.

November 27, 2020

VANCOUVER – As British Columbia’s largest transit worker union, Unifor is calling for additional transit security resources to enforce COVID-19 mask requirements.