Returns for Leukemia 2014 Results

June 20, 2014

Sisters & Brothers:

Thank you for your phenomenal fundraising efforts over the last twelve months for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of Canada (LLSC).

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Official Notice to Members Regarding Nominations & Elections for UFCW Canada Local 12R24

The three-year term of the present Executive Board expires on December 31, 2014. Under the Constitution and Bylaws of the United Food and Commercial Workers Canada (UFCW Canada) and UFCW Local 12R24, nominations and elections will be held according to the process explained in the Official Notice as follows:

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Brothers & Sisters: Please check out the new site which we are "linked"

Check out and share www.ontariobeerfacts.ca

UFCW Canada Local 12R24 members are encouraged to check out and share the news about www.ontariobeerfacts.ca. It's a new web site that is full of facts that debunk the myths being advanced by convenience stores who want to deregulate alcohol sales in Ontario.

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UFCW News

  • Take action to prevent another workplace tragedy in Bangladesh

    Toronto – July 21, 2014 – UFCW Canada is calling on the Canadian government to pressure the government of Bangladesh to comply with its legal obligations to ensure safe working conditions in the country’s garment factories.

  • UFCW Canada puts temporary workers' rights on Tlaxcala migratory agenda

    Tlaxcala, Mexico – July 21, 2014 – UFCW Canada recently joined with the Collective for a Migration without Borders – a non-profit organization comprised of a diverse array of migrant advocacy groups –  and the Committee on Migratory Affairs of the Congress of Tlaxcala to push for reforms to Mexico's Migration Act that would strengthen temporary migrant workers' rights. 

  • By the Numbers - Sick, Stressed and Burned Out

    Toronto — July 19, 2014 — In an age when Canadians are increasingly forced to work multiple jobs to make ends meet, care for elderly parents, and balance competing responsibilities, many workers are grappling with mental health issues. An alarming number of workers in Canada say they are stressed and burned out.