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Aboriginal and Workers of Colour outreach poster

Aboriginal and Workers of Colour outreach poster legal size

Aboriginal and Workers of Colour outreach poster

Aboriginal and Workers of Colour outreach poster letter size

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's Energy Policy

Canada is a country rich in opportunity in part because it is rich in natural resources. Canada’s renewable and non-renewable energy industries are a cornerstone of Canadian prosperity. These industries provide hundreds of thousands of mostly good-paying jobs, they are a prime target of business investment (domestic and foreign) and they pay taxes and royalties which help fund the high quality physical infrastructure and social programs that Canadians have come to expect. This document outlines Unifor’s vision of a Canadian energy policy in six chapters.

New member booklet

New member booklet

Energy Sector Profile

Facts and figures from the energy sector...

Government Benefits 2016

Government Benefits 2016

Equity calendar list

Equity calendar list

All In! Organizing Campaign Toolkit

Organizing is a challenging, long-term, exhilarating and incredibly rewarding process, both for the workers involved, their new local union and for the national union who welcomes new members. Everyone has an important role to play in exposing non-union workers to the benefits of engaging in the process of joining the union. Whether you are a rank and file member, elected leader, or staff, there’s something you can do. The All In! Campaign is meant to encourage everyone to play an active and helpful role in organizing new members and to give you tools and ideas to do so.

Rhetoric and Reality: Evaluating Canada’s Economic Record Under the Harper Government

It is commonly asserted that federal Conservatives have the strongest “economic credentials” among the major political parties. And the Harper government will likely emphasize economic issues in its quest for re-election this fall...

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