Unifor's Jerry Dias warns Loblaw of a coming national campaign as Newfoundland workers head into fourth week of strikeChelsea Nash | Widespread public support for grocery workers is making this strike much different from previous ones, say the workers.
|Podcast Marc Belanger, Derek Blackadder, C. Marie Ainsborough | RadioLabour's Canada Report: Unifor president Jerry Dias was arrested while picketing for the 800 workers locked out at Regina's Co-op refinery. And more.|
|Blog David J. Climenhaga | In the background of Unifor's decision to pull out of the CLC is a long and bitter dispute about the practice of "raiding," and of the role of U.S.-based international unions.|
|Blog Gary Engler | As a retired Unifor member and someone who first worked on an Alberta NDP election campaign in 1971, I am embarrassed by what Dias and Notley are quoted as saying.|
|News H.G. Watson | A year after Unifor's founding convention, Unifor President Jerry Dias reflects on the year, what Unifor can achieve for the workers it represents and the rest of Canada.|
|Blog Jerry Dias | This fall the Good Jobs Summit is an expression of Unifor extending its efforts beyond our membership to improve the lives of all working people across the country.|
|Blog Jerry Dias | We know so little about Harper's secret CETA deal and already there's cause for concern. Will CETA really help Canadians or will it send manufacturing jobs even further abroad?|
'Young people have been completely betrayed by Canada:' A conversation with Unifor President Jerry DiasH.G. Watson | Unifor President Jerry Dias discusses the role unions will play in shaping young Canadians' futures, integrating environmental sustainability and moving forward as a part of the community.
|News Jerry Dias | Unifor President Jerry Dias gives thanks for union roots and hopes to give thanks next year for building more secure, unionized jobs in Canada.|
|News Jerry Dias | The most recent Statistics Canada job market figures say 70 per cent of Ontario's 44,000 new jobs created in August are part-time and mostly filled by older workers.|