September 19, 2017 – Under the Constitution and Bylaws of the United Food and Commercial Workers Canada (UFCW Canada) and UFCW Canada Local 12R24, the elections of UFCW Canada Local 12R24 officers have been conducted and the results are now official.

Read more: Notice to Members Regarding the Results of the Elections of UFCW Canada Local 12R24 Officers

Dear Sisters and Brothers, 

To ensure that everyone can fully enjoy Labour Day, polling dates for Red Lake, Dryden and Sioux Lookout in Region 1 have been changed to September 5, and polling dates for Atikoken and Ft. Francis have been bumped to September 6. All locations and times remain the same.

For more information on the Local 12R24 election, please click here

Dear Sisters and Brothers,

Please note that hours for the GTA East/West poll in Region 4 have been extended to 8 p.m.

Here is the updated polling information:

September 10: GTA East/West        RC Legion 345 81 Peard Rd. Toronto      10:00am – 8pm

For more information on the Local 12R24 election, please click here

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