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.
The 2021 conference theme was entitled, “Grounding Our Indigenous Spirit” and called upon participants to reflect on the diverse ways Indigenous rights are embedded in activism, culture, language and healing.
UFCW Canada Local 1006A stands in solidarity with the Muslim Canadian communites in condemning the violent hate-motivated attack, which left four family members dead and one child injured in London, Ontario.
As we mark National Indigenous History Month this June, we remember and mourn for 215 children whose remains were discovered in a mass grave at a former residential school in British Columbia.
Why am I seeing the use of thermal temperature scanners at my workplace? Are these devices safe? Your questions answered.
After voting to join UFCW last fall, Indigo Square One workers have ratified their first union contract.
For Josie Barberi, the International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia is about sending a clear message that 2SLGBTQI people have the right to be safe at work and in our communities.
Your union is always advocating for you, from urging vaccine prioritization for essential workers to calling for 10 paid sick days for all workers to pushing for pandemic pay.