UFCW Canada Local 12R24To all UFCW executive board members, staff, stewards, member volunteers, and their families, as well as The Beer Store management and staff: I regret to inform you that this year’s Leukemia Bottle Drive has been cancelled.

Read more: A Message from President Nock on the 2020 Leukemia Bottle Drive

Contract proposals for 2021 bargainingWe are pleased to let everyone know we are now accepting contract proposals for 2021 bargaining. We encourage and look forward to your input. The deadline to submit your proposals is July 1, 2020.

Read more: Contract proposals for 2021 bargaining – July 1, 2020 deadline

Campbellville, Ont. – March 30, 2020 – All members of United Food and Commercial Workers Local 12R24 would like to extend their best wishes to our colleague in Kitchener who tested positive for the coronavirus COVID-19. We wish them a speedy recovery and a return to good health as soon as possible. They and their family are in our thoughts.

Read more: Safety remains top priority after Kitchener Beer Store worker tests positive for COVID-19, says UFCW Local 12R24
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UFCW News

  • Support for food processing workers grows with solidarity from NUPGE

    Nepean, Ont. – June 1, 2020 – Solidarity with UFCW members working at meat-packing plants across Canada continues to grow as the National Union of Public and General Employees (NUPGE) has thrown its support behind our union’s campaign to “Help Protect Food Processing Workers” during COVID-19.

  • UFCW observes Injured Workers Day – June 1, 2020

    Toronto – May 30, 2020 – Every year on June 1, UFCW Canada joins with advocates from across Ontario in support of Injured Workers Day by celebrating the health and safety gains won through united action, raising current concerns for today’s workers, and reminding governments that injured workers cannot be ignored.

  • UFCW Canada welcomes federal commitment to paid sick days

    Toronto – May 29, 2020 – UFCW Canada is encouraged by the prime minister’s announcement that the federal government will work with the provinces to implement 10 paid sick days for all workers.