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October 12, 2021

Unifor Suncor Collective Agreement 2016

These workers deserve to participate in the awards of one of the fastest growing companies in North America, and I think this interim agreement recognizes that,” said Russ Day, president of Local 601. The contract includes salary increases of 2.5, 2.75, 3 and 3.5 percent over the duration of the contract as well as new rules for overtime. According to the union, the new agreement is in line with the energy model agreement negotiated by Unifor in May 2019. The national model between Unifor and Suncor established a framework for local negotiations on wages, severance pay and a new energy structure to combat domestic violence. The model includes 8500 energy workers in five provinces. For more information, please contact Denise Hammond, Unifor`s Director of Communications, at [email protected] or 416-707-5794 (cell). . GPMA Suncor Syncrude Nexen Conoco Phillips 2020-2022 Unifor calls on all parties to support the new anti-shorf law. Unifor is Canada`s largest private sector union and represents more than 315,000 workers in all major economic sectors. The union stands up for all workers and their rights, fights for equality and social justice in Canada and abroad, and aspires to progressive change for a better future. The following residents will now ratify the site agreements that will define the model: “This treaty achieves our goals and gives our members some security during the instability in the sector,” said Jerry Dias, Unifor National President.

The agreement recognizes the state of the industry, but fairly compensates our members and the communities in which they live, as we change one of Canada`s most important sectors. TORONTO, Aug. 18, 2016 /CNW/ – Union negotiations for more than 8500 energy and chemical workers across Canada have signed a three-year contract with Suncor. The collective agreement will provide the model for Unifor`s future negotiations with other companies in the sector. TORONTO – Representatives of Unifor`s energy unions have ratified the interim agreement that sets the model for 8,500 members of the National Energy Program. “Unifor is Canada`s Energy Union,” said Jerry Dias, President of Unifor National. “Unifor supports quality jobs for energy workers across the country.” GPMA Canadian Fertilizer Parkland Refining 2020-2022 “This has been a challenging round of negotiations, but I am very proud of our bargaining team`s ability to secure a fair agreement from Unifor members that goes beyond the industry model,” said Scott Doherty, Executive Assistant to unifor National President. “It wasn`t easy, but we achieved our main goals, and now it`s up to the members to decide.” Parkland workers are represented by Local 601. With a pre-agreement between the union and the employer, Unifor members now have the opportunity to vote on the terms of the contract. A meeting of members and a vote are scheduled for Thursday of this week.

The Canadian budget update does not support all cabin crew. “Our energy members have come together and used their collective power to make meaningful gains,” said Jerry Dias, President of Unifor National. “Energy workers are a critical part of the Canadian economy.” Unifor Local 601 members have ratified a new four-year collective agreement with The Parkland Fuel Company. The new agreement is in line with the model agreement for the energy sector negotiated by Unifor in May 2019. Local 601 represents 160 artisans, operators and maintenance at the Parkland refinery in Burnaby, British Columbia. Unifor, Local 601 members ratified a new four-year collective agreement with Parkland Fuel in Burnaby, B.C. on Sept. 17 BURNABY, BC, Dec. 4, 2017 /CNW/ – The union representing 160 Parklandy Workers Refinery Ltd. has reached a three-year interim agreement. The market follows the industry model previously established by Unifor in negotiations with other energy companies.

In 2016, Unifor and Suncor negotiated a model agreement in Fort McMurray to set a benchmark for working conditions and wages in the energy and chemical sectors. . . .