We will be a union for workers, a union for the unemployed, a union for women, a union for new Canadians, a union for young workers and the precariously employed – a union for everyone.
We encourage all member locals to download and print this poster and put it up in your workplaces or local offices. This will allow members to see the new image of Unifor the Union.
You can use the information and materials in this kit to get the word out about the New Union. The kit includes reference materials to help inform you about the New Union as well as materials to post in work sites.
This poster was developed to advertise the May 30th Launch and encourage members to tune in to see the results live. We encourage you to print and post it in your local office, workplaces or where it can be seen by as many people as possible.
The CAW and CEP is getting ready to combine forces and launch the name and logo of the new union. This will take place May 30 at 11 a.m. ET. Are you ready?
Share these graphics with your co-workers, friends and family!
In April and May, 2013, a total of 14 regional meetings were held across the country, in addition to one national telephone town hall.
Here is an overview of the New Union constitution. Please share it with other CEP and CAW members.
Download this great new workplace poster and put it up on your union bulletin board, in the lunchroom and wherever possible in your workplace. It’s another way to make sure our members know they’ll be part of the new union forming this Labour Day weekend. The more posters, the merrier.
The two unions will be reporting and getting feedback on the New Union formation progress so far – particularly the efforts of the Organizing, Communications and the Constitution Working Groups. All local union presidents and unit chairs are being asked to attend. All CEP and CAW members are welcome to attend.
In less than six months, the CEP and CAW will be forming a brand new union, an exciting and truly national organization. If you’re on social media, why not share some New Union graphics?