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Tools & resources for Unifor members and the community.
Education has played an enormous role in creating the strong social unions that founded Unifor. At our founding convention, delegates re-affirmed the importance of union education.
Unifor represents workers in nearly every sector of the economy, each with its own unique set of challenges, and solutions.
Unifor represents more than 300,000 workers across Canada – from every region of the country, and each with their own voice.
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Unifor employs a team of expert resource staff in a variety of specialized departments to assist local unions and members in building a stronger, more effective union.
Unifor recognizes the valuable contribution of equity-seeking groups within the union. Women, racialized workers, aboriginal workers, LGBT, workers with disabilities, young workers and others, bring to the union inspiration, innovation and dignity.