Toronto – April 18, 2022 – Time is running out to apply for the UFCW Canada Equity Grant Program, which awards $1,000 to initiatives that support newcomers, advance human rights, or promote community action.
Waterville, N.B. – April 14, 2022 – UFCW 1288P members at Covered Bridge Potato Chips have achieved a new collective agreement at New Brunswick’s famous potato chip processor, tourist destination, and producer of other fine snack products, including flavoured popcorns and chickpea chips.
Toronto – April 13, 2022 – UFCW Canada recently launched its Disability Justice Priorities Survey in an ongoing effort to create accessible and barrier-free workplaces for members who may be experiencing disability.
Ottawa – April 11, 2022 – Workers at Centre Éducatif la Clémentine are the newest members to join UFCW 1006A after concluding a successful organizing campaign that will see 90 staff members form a bargaining unit at the Ottawa childcare facility.
Ottawa – April 8, 2022 – During the COVID-19 pandemic, it became even more apparent that workers needed a voice in their workplace. The coronavirus has further revealed the extent of the gaps in workplace protections for workers, especially for the most vulnerable and lowest-paid.
Calgary – April 7, 2022 – UFCW 401 members at Alberta Distillers Ltd. proved their resolve by securing major improvements in a newly ratified contract, after rejecting previous offers from the company.
Ottawa – April 5, 2022 – The Broadbent Institute annual meeting of labour and social justice allies, academics, and progressives from across Canada and around the world returned to an in-person format with the 2022 Progress Summit, held in the nation's capital from March 30 to April 1.
Toronto – April 4, 2022 – When Uber driver Dee Verma got deactivated from her means of making a living, she felt alone, afraid, and uncertain about the future. That is until she met with UFCW Canada representatives at an Uber Greenlight Hub, where the union heard her case and acted as a support to lean on.