Unifor


Alberta reforms could mean fewer and weaker unions in UCP bid to 'silence' opposition

The bill coincides with plans by the United Conservative Party to remove limits on third party election spending.

Samuel Helguero

RCMP officers 'add another level of fear' for workers in their six-month battle to protect their pensions and jobs

Dead rabbits on their doorsteps. Spouses being stalked; their pictures taken in their yards and communities. Bomb threats that police kept secret. Now workers have been getting regular visits from the RCMP.

Samuel Helguero

Unifor President calls for FASTER media bailout funding from Trudeau government

Unifor, a union which represents over 12,000 media workers Canada-wide, was chosen to select which news outlets would be worthy of receiving government cash earlier last year.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

Erin O’Toole pledges to cancel Trudeau’s media bailout

In a post on Twitter, O’Toole told his audience, “Look who’s running attack ads against me—media union boss Jerry Dias. He’s right to be worried.”

Nico Johnson

WATCH: Unifor boss Jerry Dias arrested

Unifor National President Jerry Dias was arrested in Saskatchewan during a workers’ strike by Regina Police Monday evening.

Graeme Gordon

Unions sinking the most money into Canadian election

Most think of big corporations and wealthy individuals as major financial influencers, but the actual donation totals and sphere of influence heavily favours labour unions.

Wyatt Claypool

Unifor anti-Conservative bias rears its ugly head

The president of the Unifor union Jerry Dias has penned a letter to media members of his union regarding the criticism received for his partisan attacks on conservative politicians.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

Unifor defends anti-Conservative stance despite being on media bailout committee

“We do not tell members how to vote but I will be speaking out against the Conservative Party,” wrote Dias in the statement.

Cosmin Dzsurdzsa