UFCW Canada recently hosted a Reconciliation Ambearrister at a special event at the Kapapamahchakwew - Wandering Spirit School in Toronto.
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Regardless of how “nice” Scheer's climate change document might look, it is missing any concrete notion of how Canada would reduce its greenhouse gas emissions.
The voice of Canada’s food workers, the United Food and Commercial Workers union (UFCW), welcomes the announcement of the Food Policy for Canada.
UFCW activists from across the country recently gathered in Ottawa from May 28 to 29 to participate in the 2019 UFCW Canada Political Action Conference.
UFCW Canada recently joined over forty migrant workers to meet with federal government officials and discuss the need for open work permits for vulnerable migrant workers.
UFCW activists joined migrant workers, community organizations, and concerned citizens to rally for migrant justice and denounce racism and xenophobia.
On February 14, activists can show their heart and share their solidarity for a better future for First Nations children, and for justice and safety for women and girls.
UFCW Canada activists recently traveled to the Waterhen Lake First Nation in Saskatchewan to bring a workshop on labour rights to Indigenous youth.
Canada’s food workers’ union, the United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW Canada), is calling on the federal government to stand up for the rights of migrant and temporary foreign workers.
UFCW gathers to discuss pro-worker solutions to income inequality, automation, food security, labour rights, pharmacare, and more.