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Understanding Carbon Pricing

What is the purpose of carbon pricing?

Understanding climate change

What is climate change?

Understanding Canada's climate policy

This fact sheet is a brief summary that seeks to inform and help members better understand Canada’s climate change policy, the evolution of how this policy developed and what it all means.

Unifor by the numbers - Quebec

Unifor by the numbers in Quebec, representing 51,400 members.

Unifor by the numbers across Canada

Unifor has 315,000 members working in every major sector of the Canadian economy. Unifor is committed to creating a strong and effective union to ensure safer workplaces, secure employment, wages and benefits that provide a decent standard of living, and dignity and respect in the workplace. What we wish for ourselves, we wish for others. Here is a profile of Unifor members across the country.

Unifor by the numbers

Unifor has 315,000 members working in every major sector of the Canadian economy. This is a profile of Unifor members by the numbers.

Unifor by the numbers - British Columbia

Unifor by the numbers in British Columbia, representing 28,300 members.

Unifor by the numbers - Ontario

Unifor by the numbers in Ontario, representing 162,800 members.

Unifor by the numbers - Prairies

Unifor by the numbers in the prairie provinces, representing 40,900 members.

Unifor by the numbers - Atlantic

Unifor by the numbers in the Atlantic region, representing 31,200 members.

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