You are here

Media Releases

Sudbury – Gateway Casinos Sudbury announced Monday that seven of 40 workers will be laid off, and Unifor said the job loss is the direct result of privatization in Ontario gaming operations.

TORONTO - Ford win demonstrates need for continued activism to defend public services, workers’ rights and equity in Ontario.

HAMILTON - Naureen Rizvi will be available to comment on workers’ position concerning the provincial election race and results on Thursday, June 7.

May 31, 2018 

TORONTO – Unifor applauds the swift imposition of retaliatory measures in response to punishing tariffs on Canadian steel and aluminum exports to the U.S.

May 31, 2018

OTTAWA—The union representing 12,000 Canadian journalists and media workers has endorsed the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission’s call for a “bold and judicious” overhaul of federal media regulation.

May 31, 2018



MONCTON – Premier Brian Gallant will deliver a keynote speech at Unifor’s Atlantic Regional Council in Moncton on Friday June 1, 2018.

May 30,2018

THUNDER BAY - The Port Arthur Health Centre’s refusal to participate in mediation will extend the disruption to the health services that community members rely on, says Unifor.

May 30, 2018

VANCOUVER—The B.C. Court of Appeal has dismissed two container trucking companies’ challenge to the Container Trucking Act.

May 28, 2018

SURREY—Striking Unifor Local 3000 members at the Sheraton Vancouver Guildford Hotel have voted 92 per cent in favour of a new three-year collective agreement, ending the four-week strike.

May 28, 2018

 

Moncton—On Thursday, May 31, Unifor continues its cross country town hall tour to engage workers and their communities about setting a progressive trade agenda.

May 25, 2018

REGINA—Thanks to the work of labour unions and activists who fought for the repeal of Bill 40, Saskatchewan families will continue to realize incredible benefits from Crown corporations, says Unifor.

May 25, 2018

VANCOUVER -Unifor has donated $20,000 to the Canadian Red Cross to assist families and communities impacted by flooding in British Columbia.

May 24, 2018

TORONTO – Unifor, representing more than 40,000 auto and auto parts workers, calls the Trump administration decision to investigate tariffs on car and auto-part imports on national-security grounds rash and ill-considered.

Unifor members from across Canada are on Parliament Hill on May 24, 2018 to lobby MPs for an expansion of public services, including national child care and pharmacare programs, and action on climate change.

Pages