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  • Unifor members at Anndore House ratify contract January 15, 2019
    Local 7575 members at the Toronto-area boutique hotel Anndore House have ratified a new collective agreement containing significant improvements. “Our new contract at Anndore House is unprecedented at this property,” said Jerry Dias, Unifor National President. “Local 7575 members should be very proud of what they’ve been able to accomplish in this round.” Over the […]
  • NABET 700-M Unifor ratifies new agreement with Canadian Media Production Association December 18, 2018
    A new collective agreement has been ratified after NABET 700-M Unifor reached a deal with Canadian Media Production Association (CMPA) that includes wage increases, a new Women’s Representative and stronger language to address workplace harassment. “Our relationship with Canadian producers has never been stronger,” said Jonathan Ahee, the President of NABET 700-M Unifor. “We were […]
  • Unifor Local 1996-O members ratify new collective agreement December 12, 2018
    Economic gains and contracting work into the bargaining unit characterize a new agreement ratified by 64 Unifor members working in a Bell clerical unit in Ontario. “Local 1996-O’s clerical unit is the nerve centre for many of Bell Technical Solutions’ operations,” said Jerry Dias, Unifor National President. “I’m proud that they were able to achieve […]
  • Ontario Regional Council delegates commit to continued advocacy December 10, 2018
    Delegates to the 2018 Ontario Regional Council made it clear that they represent a bold movement to defend workers’ rights in the province. “We are going to move forward to implement a working peoples’ agenda in this province and stop Ford in his tracks,” said Jerry Dias, Unifor National President. “If it’s not our role […]
  • Local 2458 member wins Excellence in Care award November 8, 2018
    Sarah Heuston, Local 2458 won the Excellence in Care of Older Ontarians Award, presented by the Registered Practical Nurses’ Association of Ontario. “This award goes to demonstrate that as nurses, we go the extra mile in patient care, even in the face of budget cuts and ever-increasing workload for health care workers,” said Heuston. “In […]
  • Hotel-Dieu Grace hospital workers make gains in bargaining November 8, 2018
    Unifor members at the Windsor, Ontario hospital Hotel-Dieu Grace Health Care have made gains in wages, benefits and vacation entitlements. “We’re pleased for our members in the service and skilled trades units who achieved solid gains over the life of this agreement,” said Tullio DiPonti, President of Unifor Local 2458. Both units voted 100% in […]
  • Pay equity in Ontario nursing homes under review by tribunal November 7, 2018
    Unifor has joined with CUPE in supporting the Equal Pay Coalition’s intervention in a judicial review hearing regarding a pay equity dispute. The Equal Pay Coalition is a group of trade unions, women, businesswomen’s organizations and other community organizations founded in 1974 that has continuously lobbied to close the gender wage gap. The Equal Pay […]
  • Local 112 Toromont-Orenda ratify collective agreement October 24, 2018
    Workers at the Toromont-Orenda plant voted to ratify a new three-year collective agreement on October 21, 2018. “Congratulations to the members and the bargaining committee in securing funding to Unifor’s Social Justice Fund and Women's Advocate Program,” said Scott Mcllmoyle, Unifor Ontario Regional Council Chairperson and President of Local 112. “Unifor’s Social Justice Fund helps […]
  • Durham transit workers ratify new collective agreement October 23, 2018
    Durham Region transit workers represented by Unifor Local 222 have ratified a new four-year collective agreement with PWTransit. “First contracts are not easy work, so I salute the bargaining committee and the members of Local 222,” said Jerry Dias, Unifor National President. “They do important work in the Durham Region and deserved a fair contract.” […]
  • Media workers at The Shopping Channel ratify new agreement with Rogers October 11, 2018
    Workers at Rogers Media have accepted a new four-year collective agreement that includes wage increases, upgrades, improved benefits and job security. “I want to congratulate the Local 79-M bargaining committee for achieving real gains for media workers in an increasingly challenging sector,” said Jerry Dias, Unifor National President. Local 79-M represents 90 employees in broadcasting […]