Your $36.00 union dues receipt for income tax is on the CIBC Mellon $100.00 Christmas bonus slip you should have received in the mail.


On January 08 members of the Glencore Unit voted 97.9% in favour of the strike mandate & 99.8% in favour of opening the strike fund


She's Not Holding Back About Lack of Action For LTC Homes

Ontario addressses confusion about new stay-at-home rules & answers some common questions

Ontario to lay out 'legal parameters' of COVID-19 stay-at-home order Jan 13

Here's what you need to know about Ontario's new COVID-19 restrictions

Sudbury & District Public Health - Current status (COVID-19)

Ontario reports record-high 3,519 new COVID-19 cases on deadliest day of pandemic so far

Unifor calls on provincial government to assume control of Windsor area long-term care home

Unifor mourns Sheila Yakovishin, PSW in Windsor LTC home, lost to Covid

Unifor blockades Windsor Assembly Plant

Why Canada's vaccine rollout is slower than other countries' — and what can be done to fix it

Vacationers will not be able to claim sickness benefit to quarantine: PM

Ontario government rejects long-term care commission's extension request

Ontario finance minister says he's returning home as news of Caribbean vacation sparks anger

When will you be eligible for a COVID-19 shot?

Unifor and Aleafia Health partner on groundbreaking medical cannabis coverage

Union Office Closed Poster

Bell Workers Reverses Contracting Out of Wireless Home Internet Installations

A Lack of PPE For Health Care Workers Contributes to Outbreak at Windsow Long Term Care Home

UNIFOR Members at MDA to Build Next Generation Canadarm

Social Justice Funds Doubles Shelter Donations

Employees At GM U.S. Truck Plants Concerned Over Oshawa Assembly Investment

GM pickup truck production to return to Oshawa plant with new Unifor deal

Maison McCulloch Hospice Donation

Ontario promises new care standard in long-term care, to be implemented by 2024-2025

Negotiations between Unifor Local 597 and Loblaw Companies Limited have failed to reach a settlement

Unifor to file lawsuit against the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary

Unifor & long term care workers thrilled to see the Ontario Time To Care Act unanimously passed

Unifor reaches tentative agreement with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles

Windsor Assembly Plant prepare for strike as deadline looms

Feds says thousands of seniors may lose benefits because they haven’t filed taxes yet

After decades of failed searches, the 'holy grail' of Avro Arrow artifacts uncovered at the bottom of Lake Ontario

Unifor applauds federal and provincial support for electric vehicle production

Ontario court quashes decision that would have closed Nemak's Windsor plant

Day of Action on October 08 Information Here

Unifor-Ford deal a 'shot in the arm' for Windsor automotive sector

Unifor and Ford Canada reach tentative agreement

Unifor members give strong strike mandate as Big 3 auto contract talks ramp up

Nearly a quarter of drugs marketed in Canada reported shortages: study

Members of Unifor arrested in the course of the Co-op Refinery dispute are now facing obstruction charges as well as mischief.

Why grocery store workers are on strike in Newfoundland Facebook video.

Sign this petition for all grocery CEO'S and encourage others to do the same.

3M to make critical N95 masks at Brockville, Ont., plant

Justice in Long-Term Care Now - Demand an Inquiry!

Health officials warn of potential 'fall peak' in COVID-19 cases in Canada

Canada-U.S. border will remain closed until Sept. 21

New products for Canadian plants Unifor's priority in bargaining

Global News job cuts highlight need for government action

It's a Dark Day for Ontario Nurses and Health-Care Professionals as Ford Government Passes Bills 195, 197

Watch the powerful new video message calling on the Ontario government to end for profit care following the tragic COVID-19 deaths in long-term care facilities.

Why not all seniors are cheering government aid

Executive Board Meeting of June 30, 2020

Meng Wanzhou: Trudeau rejects calls to release top Huawei executive

Former parliamentarians, diplomats pen letter calling on Canada to release Meng

Canada's proportion of COVID-19 deaths in long-term care double the average of other countries, study shows

Ontario extends state of emergency to July 15, Doug Ford hopes it’s last extension

Protest Against Home/Community Care Law - Info Here

The Workers Memorial Day Event will be a online event on, June 20, at 9:15 am More information On Facebook HERE & Online HERE

Unifor Local 594 president calls process 'disheartening' after tentative deal reached with Regina refinery

Ontario extends emergency orders until June 30

Not enough home care top concern for Ontario patients, study finds

Ford to cancel its Ontario-built Edge crossover, putting plant in jeopardy

Alberta purges judicial vetting committee for former Tory cabinet ministers, political supporters

Column: Knives out for nickel market as restaurants close

Court Victory in Manitoba Could Spell End For Ontario’s Bill 124

Sulfuric acid leak closes Sudbury roadways

Ont. nursing homes have had 22 years to do safety upgrades. COVID-19 reveals deadly cost of delay

Ontario’s for-profit nursing homes — which have significantly higher rates of COVID-19 deaths — have 17% fewer workers, new Star analysis reveals

Coronavirus: Ontario long-term care head warns of ‘real urgency’ ahead of 2nd wave

Senators get pay raise for chairing a committee that met only twice this year

Nursing home company executive dismissed after allegedly mocking family members of residents

Ontario extends state of emergency until June 30

Hydro's new 'stabilized' rate 27 per cent higher than initial COVID relief

Ontario extends hydro rate relief, announces support measures for retirement homes

The UCP government passed Bill 1; is protest illegal?

Ontario needs to be more transparent with COVID-19 data, critics say

Our dismal relationship with China just got a whole lot worse

Today's court decision on Meng Wanzhou's extradition could rattle the Canada-China relationship

COVID-19 in Ontario is now primarily a Toronto-area problem, figures show

'Gut-wrenching' military report sheds light on grim conditions in Ontario nursing homes

Report says China hoarded Canadian PPE in early days of COVID-19 outbreak

Italy Says 96% of Virus Fatalities Suffered From Other Illnesses

A failed venture’: Unifor president says Canada needs better long-term care system

Updated COVID-19 guidance and testing sites Sudbury Health Unit

Ontario premier makes public plea to 'go get tested' after province misses target 7th straight day

Ontario orders commission into long-term care after more than 1,400 COVID-19-related deaths

For-Profit Nursing Homes Hire Tory Insiders To Lobby Ford Government

Ontario fails to meet its own COVID-19 testing target for 4th straight day, Ford pledges more random testing

Conservatives vote down public inquiry into long-term care homes

Waiting for pandemic pay unfair to long-term care workers, union says

Here's what kind of shape Canada's economy will be in coming out of COVID-19

Epidemiologists brace for 2nd wave of COVID-19 — and it may come in September

Unifor president livid with police, union not told about bomb threat later deemed non-credible

390 new COVID-19 cases in Ontario, with testing numbers low for 3rd straight day

Spelling out the economic recovery options as the world starts to reopen from COVID-19

Epidemiologists brace for 2nd wave of COVID-19 — and it may come in September

Unifor president livid with police, union not told about bomb threat later deemed non-credible

Florida scientist said she was fired for 'refusing to manipulate' COVID-19 data

Canada-U.S. border to remain closed for another month as provinces slowly reopen

Ontario orders commission into long-term care after more than 1,400 COVID-19-related deaths

Scheer didn't follow through on renouncing U.S. citizenship

Rona Ambrose, Canada's former health minister, joins e-cigarette company Juul's board of directors

Rosslyn Retirement Residence completely emptied after COVID-19 outbreak infects 62

Full list of businesses that can reopen in Ontario

Jamie West - MPP for Sudbury Letter May 14

Health Canada approves first test to detect antibodies for COVID-19

Ontario's state of emergency extended until June 2

Sudbury letter: Plight of PSWs ignored

Seniors to receive up to $500 in a one-time payment to offset added costs due to COVID-19

Trudeau fears COVID-19 deaths spiking in Montreal, Canada's virus epicentre, as Legault reopens Quebec

'Disturbing' review shows Cargill failed to engage workers during COVID-19 investigation

Unifor mourns the loss of PSW member due to COVID-19

Quebec relies on hundreds of asylum seekers in long-term care's battle against COVID-19

Ontario to reopen some retail stores within days, moving with 'cautious optimism' amid COVID-19

Ottawa, provinces and territories reach $4B deal to boost essential workers' pay

UNIFOR Members Making Medical Items For Covid-19 Pandemic

Ontario to reopen some retail stores within days, moving with 'cautious optimism' amid COVID-19

Montreal hospitals running short on space, 2 weeks from reopening

Coronavirus: Ontario hydro rate relief extended until May 31

'We're going to be stronger': Local 594 members reflect as lockout enters month 5

Cargill’s slaughterhouse profits flow through tax havens to keep its billionaire owners wealthy

PM Trudeau to offer new COVID-19 aid for farming, agri-food industry

Ford hints at 'good news' as Ontario's new case count drops below 400 for 2nd day since early April

Ontario allowing small list of businesses to reopen with 'strict safety guidelines'

Fourth health-care worker dies of COVID-19 in Ontario, union calls for better protection

Trudeau announces ban on 1,500 types of 'assault-style' firearms — effective immediately

Glencore slashes spending and output guidance, says it can ride out coronavirus

1st victim in Canadian NATO helicopter crash identified

89 per cent of Unifor Local 594 members reject Co-op Refinery offer

Union calls for change after another Ontario personal support worker dies from COVID-19

Ontario expands list of workers eligible for 'pandemic pay'

You can’t give someone a bath from six feet away”: What it’s like to work at a long-term care facility right now

Six more cases at Pioneer Manor; four staff and two residents

Initial steps to reopen Ontario will be released April 27, premier says

COVID-19 outbreak declared at Sudbury’s Pioneer Manor after resident tests positive

Ontario announces $4 an hour pandemic pay increase for front-line workers

 DIAS: Recovery must include a new vision for Canadian production

2 months of Ontario's COVID-19 response in long-term care

COVID hasn't hit Sudbury as hard as most of Ontario

Copper Price Plunges

Alberta provincial health and safety investigators conducted an inspection by video call

Will you be getting a rebate from your auto insurance?

Worker dies, hundreds sick as Cargill temporarily closes meat-processing plant at centre of COVID-19 outbreak

Award-winning find for Sudbury lithium explorer

Unifor members in Thunder Bay to help make 18,000 ventilators

COVID-19 outbreak declared at Sudbury long-term care home

Stop the Spread of COVID-19 in Long-Term Care

Long Term Care fixes need to be permanent

Woodbridge Foam UNIFOR members make surgical-grade masks to combat COVID-19

Ontario scaled back comprehensive, annual inspections of nursing homes to only a handful last year

Ontario to stop caregivers from working at multiple long-term care homes as COVID-19 spreads like 'wildfire'

What Did Hubble See on Your Birthday?

Ontario Plans to Extend State of Emergency by 28 days

Coronavirus: No New Deaths for 4th Day in a Row At Bobcaygeon Nursing Home

Ford extends Ontario's emergency COVID-19 measures to April 23

Years of government austerity to blame for 31 deaths at seniors' residence, Quebec's largest union says

Huawei shipping millions of masks to Canada

16 People Died at Ontario Nursing Home Before Sick Residents Were Separated From The Healthy

COVID-19 notebook: St. Joseph's adding staff in Sudbury

Coronavirus: Trump asks medical supply firm to stop selling N95 respirators to Canada

40 dead from COVID-19 in Ontario nursing and retirement homes

Best Case Scenario: COVID-19 Measures Expected to Last Until July Government Document Says

Unifor Local 594 rejects Co-op Refinery Complex’s latest offer

TC Energy to start building Keystone XL pipeline after Alberta government invests $1.1B US

Unifor files Unfair Labour Practice applications against Co-op

Unifor reviewing CRC’s ‘best and final offer’ as employer moves to force vote

City Landfills Temporarily Closed to Public to Support Social (Physical) Distancing

'We've kept the whole damn country running': Pandemic deepens divide between haves and have-nots in U.S.

Ford, Fiat Chrysler, Honda, Toyota seek to restart factories

Here’s a look at Co-op's 'final offer' and why Unifor is unhappy with its changes

Ontario government unveils $17B aid package

What you need to know about the new COVID-19 benefits program

Parliament passes Ottawa's $107 billion COVID-19 aid package

Ontario Providing Relief on Hydro Bills

Learn how the Ministry of Health is helping to keep Ontarians safe during the 2019 Novel Coronavirus outbreak

UNIFOR COVID-19 Information & Resources

The world could face a 2nd wave of COVID-19: Here's what Canada needs to do now to prepare

Unifor shocked by Co-op rejection of independent mediator’s recommendations

Tell Co-op to accept the mediator’s terms by sending the email to this link..

What the hell is wrong with these people?

Canadian Covid-19 CTV Information Page

Coronavirus Cases Worldwide Information Page

Unifor Excepts Recommendations From Independent Mediator in Co-Op Lockout


Cambridge, Ont. Toyota plant to close after employee tests positive for COVID-19

Automakers shut North American plants over coronavirus fears

Fiat Chrysler to cut 1,500 jobs at Windsor assembly plant

Mine Mill 598 Pensioners Curling

Regina councillor wants to call on province for binding arbitration to end refinery labour dispute

For-profit homes fail to deliver on direct care funded by the public, B.C. seniors advocate says

Nursing home rationed diapers while residents suffered rashes, infections


Agropur Cooperative members secure strong deal after collaborative round of bargaining

Del Monte workers join Unifor

Special mediator Vince Ready begins work in Unifor Local 594 and Co-op labour dispute

More heads to roll at Glencore this year

Co-op members, Unifor supporters, gather for protest at gas bar

Bombardier sells train-making division to French multinational Alstom

Bombardier exits commercial aviation as it sells C Series stake

GM ending operations in Australia, New Zealand, Thailand

Co-op’s weak OH&S fines highlight labour laws stacked against Unifor 594

Trustee Elections

Some Pictures From The Co-op Lockout in Regina

This isn't Scott Banda's first time waging war against loyal workers.

Unifor fined $250K after second contempt of court ruling in Co-op Refinery labour dispute

Binding arbitration: Is it an option in the CRC labour dispute?

Province appoints special mediator to assist in Co-op/Unifor dispute

Over 79,000 jobs in Canadian mining industry need to be filled over next decade

Online banking agreements protect banks, hold customers liable for losses, expert says

598 Newsletter - Election For Trustee


No deal reached: Unifor restores blockade around Regina’s Co-op Refinery

Co-op/FCL Boycott 2020 Facebook Site

Mysterious Group Uses ‘ Made-Up Name’ & Fake Mom to Attack Teachers

Co-Op Lockout Pictures

Jerry Dias in Police Van

Unifor president arrested during blockade of Regina’s Co-op Refinery

No trucks to enter, exit Co-op Refinery as national union takes over blockade: Unifor

Come To Regina You Tube Video

Angry Parent Featured In Toronto Sun Article Has Ties To Doug Fords Education Minister

Celadon agrees to place Hyndman under receivership

OHS officers absent from Co-op refinery during lockout

Unifor blockades Co-op properties to lockout ‘managers and scabs’


Unifor posts video ‘outing’ replacement workers at refinery

Second case of hepatitis A infection at Sudbury's Real Canadian Superstore

Between 65 & Death

Sudbury Tax Office was wrong to impose new working hours, board rules

Donation To Maison McCulloch Hospice 

Feds Cracking Down on Employers Who Violate Labour Codes

Samsung chairman Lee Sang-hoon jailed for union sabotage

Sudbury ratepayers to face 4.8% tax hike in 2020

Case of Hepatitis A at Local Grocery Store

LifeLabs pays ransom after cyberattack exposes information of 15 million customers in B.C. and Ontario

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