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In the April 2006 issue of UNION

  • Union contract forces Safeway to promote 42 part-time employees to full-time.
  • Two UFCW Local 832 members participating in the 2006 UFCW Canada National Youth Internship Program.
  • Shop stewards from Westfair met in Winnipeg to discuss ways to better serve the membership.
  • Local 832 has set a target of $25,000 for 2006 for fundraising for leukemia research.
  • Leukemia fund raising initiatives include golf discounts for members - and a golf tournament.

In the March 2006 issue of UNION

  • Over 120 shop stewards met for a 2-1/2 day conference to better educate them on the local and on ways to better serve the members.
  • At the shop steward appreciation night, over $6,100 was raised for the fight against leukemia
  • Two UFCW Local 832 members from Brandon were recognized for their bravery while on the job.
  • Dental claims for Local 832 members can now be submitted by the dentist and processed electronically.
  • Former MFL President Rob Hilliard has joined Local 832 as the new Workers Compensation Advocate.
  • A new

In the February 2006 issue of UNION

  • Safeway shop stewards meet in Winnipeg to discuss issues of common concern.
  • Local 832 President Robert Ziegler says 24/7 shopping might create more jobs, but overall, the result would not be good for union members.
  • Local 832 members 30 years old and younger can win $500 by writing a short essay about why "Your Union Doesn't Suck".
  • Reasons why Wal-Mart should be a better employer are explored in a video that is available for free loan to Local 832 members.

In the January 2006 issue of UNION

  • Local 832 secretary-treasurer Jeff Traeger looks back at the union's financial activities in 2005 and ahead to 2006.
  • 'Doing More with Less' is Local 832's financial objective.

In the December 2005 issue of UNION

  • The annual UFCW Local 832 Policy Conference
  • Local helps out United Way in Winnipeg
  • Recent staffing changes at the local
  • UFCW Local executive look ahead
  • Report from UFCW Local 832 Youth member

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