Ottawa-area activists and staff did their part to raise awareness and support lifesaving research into blood cancers by hosting a yard sale and raising $360 for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada.
Your union is inviting you to join us for the Take Back the Night event at Gage Park in Brampton on September 15, 2016 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Members of 1006A’s Women’s Issues Network (WIN) Region 5 raised nearly $350 at a yard sale in Aylmer for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of Canada.
Members at Family Services of Peel ratified a new union contract with wage increases, paid professional days and much more.
UFCW 1006A donated $20,006 for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada.
Negotiation talks between the company and your union negotiating committee representing 12,000 No Frills workers have broken off early, following two days of meetings from June 15 to 16.
UFCW Canada led a special reconciliation-focused event ahead of National Indigenous Peoples Day.
After two years hiatus due to COVID-19, Pride Toronto is back in-person and your union will be participating in the festivities (Street Fair and Pride Parade) once again.
Wage increases and improved sick leave were among the key gains achieved in a new contract ratified by UFCW 1006A members at Compass (Maple Leaf Lounges–Toronto Pearson International Airport).
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