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2018

Red Rive Co-op Negotiations Challenging, to Continue Next Month

June 15, 2018

The Union and the Co-op negotiating committees met on June 11, 12 and 13 for three full days of challenging bargaining. The parties had very open and productive discussions on options that are available to resolve the outstanding issues, which deal with mostly monetary issues. However difficult decisions still need to be made for both bargaining committees.

Therefore, the parties have scheduled additional bargaining dates for next month on July 23 and 24. Secretary-Treasurer Beatrice Bruske, who is leading these negotiations for the union, will provide a further update after the...

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Category: Red River Co-op

Negotiations in Motion for Members at Avis Budget Car Rental

June 5, 2018

On May 22, the union met with the employer to commence bargaining towards the renewal of the collective agreement for the members working at Avis Budget Car Rental. At that time, the parties exchanged proposals and persevered bargaining on May 23 and 24.

By the end of that session, the negotiating committees had agreed to some of the non-monetary items and had good discussions on several areas of common concern. Talks are set to continue on July 17 and 18, and the union committee is expecting to make significant process.

UFCW 832 negotiator Sonia Taylor will provide an update...

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Category: Avis & Budget Rent-A-Car

Gillam Co-op Negotiations Continuing Next Month

June 5, 2018

The Union and the Co-op negotiating committees met again during the week of May 28 to continue negotiations towards the renewal of the collective agreement for the members working at the Gillam Co-op.

During this session, the parties resumed talks on the outstanding non-monetary items, which the majority of them have now been dealt with. The parties also provided complete responses on all outstanding items, including the monetary issues.

Negotiations will resume next month on July 11, 12 and 13.

“I am hopeful that the next set of dates will result in the committees...

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Category: Gilliam Co-op

Bargaining Underway at Visions of Independence

June 4, 2018

The first round of negotiations is scheduled to begin with Visions of Independence (VOI) on August 8 and 9.

During the first round, the union negotiating committee, led by negotiator Martin Trudel and assisted by Jennifer Buckingham, Christine Funk, Adetola Osifeso, and Mary Wityshyn, will exchange proposals with the employer. The union’s proposals were based on VOI members’ respective suggestions regarding changes to contract language, benefits and wages that they would like to see negotiated into their new collective agreement.

Visions of Independence provides an individual...

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Loblaw bargaining begins

June 2, 2018

Since the start of this year Local 832, has been busy with preparations for bargaining, with Loblaw, between member forums, Steward meetings and a town hall, UFCW has been listening to member's concerns and has been reviewing bargaining proposals.

Yesterday, May 31, the UFCW bargaining committee, led by President Jeff Traeger and Secretary-Treasurer Bea Bruske sat down with the employers to discuss the first rounds of bargaining.

 

Check out President Jeff Traeger's video update on Loblaw bargaining.

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Category: Loblaws

PRIDE PROUD

June 1, 2018

UFCW is a proud supporter of Pride Winnipeg, as well as Pride marches in other communities throughout Manitoba. Local 832 has a long history of being an advocate for equality and inclusion for all its members. The union believes everyone deserves a workplace free from discrimination, violence and abuse—regardless of sex, sex characteristics, sex orientation, gender or gender identity.

Upcoming Events in Manitoba

May 25 – June 3:  Pride Winnipeg 

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Loblaw bargaining committee announced

May 30, 2018

It's with great pleasure that UFCW Local 832 introduces you to your 2018 Loblaw Bargaining Committee. This committee brings an excellent mix of new faces and members who have participated in the process before, ensuring you will be well represented in the negotiations to come.

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Category: Loblaws

Embracing Heritage

May 29, 2018

In commemoration of National Indigenous Peoples History Month, UFCW Canada along with UFCW Local 832 is hosting a two-day event on June 6 and 7 in Winnipeg. UFCW Canada National President Paul Meinema, Local Union Presidents, staff and members from all across Canada will be attending the UFCW Canada 2nd Annual National Indigenous Peoples Celebration.

As part of this event, the 35 participants will appreciate a special presentation of the “Touchstones of Hope” workshop, created by The First Nations Child and Family Caring Society. The Touchstones of Hope is a set of principles to...

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FASD Office Workers give100% Strike Mandate

May 28, 2018

UFCW Local 832 FASD Life’s Journey Office Workers gave the union negotiating committee an exceptional strong strike mandate.

“Besides the 100 per cent strike mandate, the members also provided us with valuable feedback that we will be able to take back to the bargaining table,” stated lead union negotiator Martin Trudel.

The parties will head back to the table on June 15 for the final session of negotiations. Negotiator Trudel has scheduled a meeting for June 26, at which time the FASD Office workers will be presented with the details of the new deal and vote on whether or...

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Category: FASD Life's Journey

UFCW 832 Welcomes New Members

May 25, 2018

Workers at the Viterra plant in Ste. Agathe, Manitoba, are the newest members of UFCW Local 832 after a successful organizing drive. The members had recently approached the union voicing their desire to unionize to try and establish a more respectful and fair workplace.

Viterra falls under federal jurisdiction and the Canadian Industrial Relations Board as opposed to the Manitoba Labour Relations Board; and therefore, after getting enough signatures from employees wanting union representation, the unit was...

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Category: Viterra

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