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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.

OTTAWA—Unifor Local 5454 members who work as Canadian air traffic controllers have reached a tentative agreement with Nav Canada.

REGINA—Locked out members of Unifor Local 594 are encouraging the network of FCL co-ops to take back their refinery from the out-of-touch corporate executives who are prolonging this dispute.

KITCHENER – Unifor National President Jerry Dias will update the media Monday morning on the ongoing contract talks between Unifor Local 4304 and Grand River Transit. 

KITCHENER - Unifor will continue contract negotiations with Grand River Transit throughout the weekend toward reaching a collective agreement that is fair to all.

REGINA—After more than a month of being locked out by Federated Co-operatives Limited (FCL), Unifor Local 594 members have locked out managers from one of their offices.

OSHAWA—A new Action Centre to support auto parts workers affected by the assembly line closure at the General Motors (GM) Oshawa plant with assistance to skills retraining and employment services is set to open in early January, 2020.

REGINA – Hundreds of members of Unifor Local 594 and their supporters rallied at noon today to show the Co-op Refinery that, on day 34 of the lockout, their resolve has never been stronger.

REGINA– Members of Unifor Local 594 and their supporters will rally in solidarity on January 7, 2020, on day 34 of the lockout by Federated Co-operatives Limited at the Co-op Refinery Complex. 

CAMPBELL RIVER—Unifor members and allies have announced an information picket at a Co-op gas station in Campbell River in solidarity with locked out Unifor members at the Co-op Refinery in Regina.

December 20, 2019

HALIFAX – Unifor members at Northern Pulp are devastated following the announcement by Premier McNeil that he will not allow enough time for the company to complete the regulatory assessment requested by his own government.

HALIFAX - Unifor is deeply concerned about the high likelihood of widespread job loss across rural Nova Scotia following the Minister of Environment’s request for yet another series of studies on the Northern Pulp effluent treatment facility (ETF) project leading up to the Boat Harbour deadline.

OSHAWA – Unifor members are saddened by the end of an era as vehicle production at General Motors Oshawa will cease this week after operating for more than a century.

TORONTO—Unifor’s deputation to the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) Board today is warning the public that any further delays in purchasing sixty new streetcars for the city’s already overcrowded system raises concern for the future of the very facility that produces them.