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Ontario's Union for fairness, equality and respect at work.

Local 1006A members work in a variety of sectors from Grocery Retail, Food Processing, Restaurant, Hotels, Laundry, Warehousing/Distribution, Trucking, Security, Eye Care and much more.

UFCW Canada Local 1006A is a progressive, dynamic and inclusive local union dedicated to making life better for all workers across Ontario.

Our highly skilled union representatives are known for providing outstanding representation that puts members first. Together, our team works to advance and protect the rights and livelihoods of our members and advocate for fairness, equality and justice in the workplace and our communities.  

Our strong leadership is focused and committed to organizing and helping all workers achieve fairness, respect and dignity in the workplace.

With 36,000 members, we are one of Ontario’s largest private sector local unions. We represent members in a diversity of sectors and industries, including Grocery Retail, Food Processing, Restaurant, Hotels, Laundry, Warehousing/Distribution, Trucking, Eye Care and much more.

We are also among the largest local unions in the 230,000-member United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW) Canada and in the 1.3-million member United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW) International Union.

 

Our Members Know the Union Advantage

  • Mark Zanin pictured with his Union Representative Kevin Bacon

    ""I was working 40 hours and even though I was hired full-time, I was getting paid at a part-time rate. My Union Rep raised the issue with my new owner and helped make sure I got paid correctly for the hours I had worked."  –  Mark Zanin, No Frills.

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  • Angel Vernon pictured with her Union Representative Joe Blythe

    "I have never been part of a union before and never really understood the big deal until I became a member of UFCW Canada Local 1006A. I feel very secure knowing that I have rights and that I have someone to back me up and help me argue my point when I need it."  –  Angel Vernon, Tok Transit Viva.

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