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NL workers deserve better than poverty wages

Employers that refuse to offer workers an hourly wage of at least $15 are sentencing their employees to poverty.

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Newfoundland and Labrador’s part-time work problem

Part-time work is nothing new to Canadians because employers have long exploited a gap in our employment standards that allows them to discriminate...

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Small acts of resistance and larger-scale actions: Unifor fighting for fairness and preservation of critical public services in Ontario

The shocking impact of Doug Ford’s surprise budget cuts are reverberating across Ontario. While the middle-class suffers, a band of resistance led...

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We must have control over our own bodies

As elected Unifor leaders and trade union women, we fight for equality every single day both at the collective and political bargaining table.

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Where was the outrage as workers rights were violated?

For nearly 630 days, 30 workers from Gander, N.L. have been locked out by their American-based employer. Scabs cross their picket line every day.

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Why Mill Jobs Matter

For some time now, there has been a heated debate about the Northern Pulp mill in Pictou County.,

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