Your quarterly update from Workers United Canada


On September 3rd, join your union and celebrate the victories of labour in Canada and around the world! 


Option 1: Register with your Union Rep and meet us there! See you at the intersection of University Ave and Armoury Street downtown. 

Option 2: Limited transportation from Mississauga to University Avenue is available. Click this link to reserve your spot on the bus. 


Not near Toronto? The Canadian Labour Congress has put together a comprehensive list of Labour Day events across Canada. 

Note: Ongoing Labour Dispute at CNE

The hard-working members of IATSE Local 58 at the Canadian National Exhibition in Toronto are currently locked out by their employer.

If the lock out of IATSE Local 58 is still ongoing as of Labour Day (please check out IATSE Local 58's Facebook page for updates), we will be asking our members to respect the workers by not crossing the picket line

Send a message to Toronto Mayor John Tory to resolve the labour dispute now:

Bring the Fight for $15 & Fairness to Your Local!

Interested? Contact Tanya Ferguson:

Want to learn more about how to bring the Fight for $15 & Fairness to your union and workplace?

Join us at the Toronto-wide organizing meeting on September 11th, where we'll be hosting a union members' caucus. It will be a chance to share tips and learn more about organizing for $15 & Fairness. You'll go home with all the tools you need to build up this campaign in your union.

We're ramping up the Fight for $15 & Fairness and we need your help. We are the people that Premier Doug Ford says he represents, and we say: "Hands off the $15 minimum wage and fair labour laws!"

Winnipeg Workers Celebrate 

Congratulations to members of Workers United at Fairfield Inn (pictured here at a family fun barbecue with their supporters) on ratifying their first Collective Agreement! 

New Stewards in Niagara

Welcome to our newly trained stewards from the Rainforest Cafe, Niagara Parks Commission, and Canadian Niagara Hotels. 

Front row: Shalane Winter, Brittany Amos, Eric Ediger

Back row: Tara Mooney, Karen Corish, Leanne Pearce-Graham

Article: Why a union drive at a Tim Horton’s in small town Sask. matters

Please read this excellent article written by Rank & File about a Workers United union drive with Tim Hortons workers in Canora, Saskatchewan. 

CLC Summer School

This year the Canadian Labour Congress Summer School was hosted in Cornwall, Ontario. 

Participants from Workers United included Glenn Butler from Tiercon, Sukhvinder Toor and Navdeep Sandhu from TJX, and Sundar Sholinghur from CRC.  

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