UFCW Canada Local 1006A delegates turned “Passion into Action” as they joined more than 300 activists and leaders from across North America for the 12th Biennial UFCW Women’s Network Convention.
UFCW Canada Local 1006A was proud to observe the International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia on May 17, 2016.
The day is marked in 130 countries around the world and is intended to raise awareness and spur action against the discrimination, prejudice and violence faced by members of the LGBTQ community around the world.
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.
Today, we mark an exciting and historic occasion as Local 1000A and Local 206 come together as one to form a stronger, more diverse and powerful local union, UFCW Canada Local 1006A.
June is National Indigenous History Month.
As a UFCW 1006A member, you are invited to join your union for Pride 2023..
After winning unionization , UFCW 1006A members at Darling (Fleet Division) have ratified a new union contract with several gains.
UFCW 1006A negotiators continue to improve members’ lives and livelihoods, with the membership at Comfort Hotel Airport North becoming the latest group to ratify a fair and strong union contract.
May 17 is the International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, Intersexphobia and Transphobia.
Stewards’ Training is back, in-person, after a three-year hiatus. UFCW 1006A is proud to welcome our stewards back.
UFCW 1006A is proud to congratulate local union member, Catherine, who is the winner of the tablet contest from the General Membership Telephone Town Hall meeting on April 18, 2023.
UFCW 1006A members joined thousands of workers from across Canada for the 30th Constitutional Convention of the Canadian Labour Congress (CLC) to discuss and set the agenda for how unions can lift everyone up.
May 5 is Red Dress Day, also known as the National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls and Two-Spirit people.