This June, UFCW 1006A celebrates National Indigenous History Month, by honouring Canada’s First Nations, Inuit and Metis communities and by affirming our commitment to stand with them in the challenges and struggles they face.
"I believe that mental health is very important in our daily interactions, healthier life expectancy and accomplishing personal goals. I would love to see more resources to ensure mental health is a priority and accessible for everyone." – Valrie
"People are not making enough to survive in the housing market. You would have to save an average 10 years for you to put a down payment of 20 per cent to purchase your home." – Natasha
On June 1, UFCW 1006A will join workers, labour and community allies in observing Injured Workers Day.
For nearly 10 years, Marcel Rahiman has been a steward at a Loblaw Great Food store.
Maria Cabral gets worried whenever she hears about the latest Doug Ford attempt to attack or privatize Ontario’s universal healthcare system.
UFCW 1006A is proud to feature the video stories of our members. Here, Zoran Markovic shares his powerful story from injured worker to union steward.
1006A activists are coming together to observe the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence.
UFCW 1006A members at Tokyo Smoke in Toronto (979 Bloor St. W.) have achieved their first union contract, building a strong foundation for the future.
From more sick days to significant wage increases, UFCW 1006A members at SureWerx continue to experience the union advantage, as they ratified their new union contract.
Strong wage increases and more paid personal days were among the gains achieved by UFCW 1006A members at Sysco Fine Meats during recent negotiations.
UFCW 1006A members at Comfort Inn South Windsor ratified a new union contract with strong wage increases.