Local 1006A members will have the opportunity to review and vote on details of the tentative agreement at ratification meetings and polls, which have been scheduled throughout the province.
Your union strongly encourages you to attend the ratification meeting and/or poll in your area and have your say.
"I am very grateful to my union for protecting my rights as a No Frills employee. Upon starting my university studies in 2014, I applied for the UFCW Local 1000A scholarship... Since the union’s scholarship helped reduce the high cost of university, the union has made a positive impact in my life." – Connor Hartson, Gord and Kim's No Frills in Kingston
On April 28, your union will join labour and community allies in coming together to mark the National Day of Mourning. This event is about remembering workers killed, injured or made ill on the job and resolving to prevent future tragedies.
The Day of Mourning is an annual tradition that was started by the Canadian Labour Congress in 1984.
Local 1006A Recorder Glacier Effs-Samuel interviews members Kallisha Hoyes and Rechev Browne on their thoughts on the Black Lives Matter movement for racial equality and justice.
Loblaw is finally listening to what your union has been telling them for years – Loblaws Great Food and Superstore scheduling and availability requirements for members working part-time are unfair and need improvement.
Anyone questioning the power of collective action to make positive change needs only to look at what workers at Indigo have been able to achieve in a few short weeks.
From scheduling to health and safety to pay discrepancies, 1006A steward Natasha Grey is always there to help her co-workers resolve issues at work.
UFCW Canada Local 1006A is proud to congratulate Indigo workers at Square One in Mississauga on their campaign to win union representation.