Unifor

Toronto, Ontario M2H 3H9

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About Unifor

Contact

205 Placer Court
Toronto, Ontario M2H 3H9
Canada
http://www.unifor.org/
416.497.4110
800.268.5763

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Unifor is Canada’s largest private sector union, with more than 305,000 members across the country, working in every major sector of the Canadian economy.

Products and Press Releases

Bus

Whistler Transit Operators Serve Strike Notice

Jan. 15, 2016
Stalled negotiations with PW Transit Canada Ltd have forced over 90 transit operators represented by Unifor Local 114 to serve strike notice to the employer. No commencement date...
Rail

Unifor: Streetcar Delays Must Be Addressed Without Risking Jobs

Oct. 27, 2015
Unifor is expressing its commitment to working with all of the parties to resolve concerns related to the delay in the delivery of new streetcars. Earlier this month, Bombardier...

Articles & News

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TTC will order 60 new streetcars to be made at Alstom's Thunder Bay facility with funding from the federal and provincial governments and the city of Toronto.
TTC will order 60 new streetcars to be made at Alstom's Thunder Bay facility with funding from the federal and provincial governments and the city of Toronto.
TTC will order 60 new streetcars to be made at Alstom's Thunder Bay facility with funding from the federal and provincial governments and the city of Toronto.
TTC will order 60 new streetcars to be made at Alstom's Thunder Bay facility with funding from the federal and provincial governments and the city of Toronto.
TTC will order 60 new streetcars to be made at Alstom's Thunder Bay facility with funding from the federal and provincial governments and the city of Toronto.
Vehicles

TTC receives C$568 million funding commitment for streetcar procurement

May 13, 2021
The federal, provincial and municipal funding will expand TTC’s Hillcrest storage facility, as well as go toward the purchase of 60 streetcars.

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