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Unifor Updates
May 29, 2020

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In Tribute:
Walter
Reuther's
Impact
Endures
& Teaches

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Local 584
Update
May 2020

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Retiree Harry
Chadwick
Passes Away
March 23, 2020

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Essential
workplaces
& services
List
Ontario
Gov't
March 24,
2020

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GM and Ford
N.A. plants
to shutter
thru March 30
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Detroit Car
Makers will
close Plants
Due to Virus
Concerns
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Unifor,
Detroit 3
Form
Coronavirus
Task Force

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GSC Update:
The latest
info on the
coronavirus
and travel
implications

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Frank Marek
Passes Away
Feb 1, 2020

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Retiree
Geunthger Gahs
Passes Away
Jan 12, 2020

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Regina Co-op
Refinery
Picket Line
Jan 2020

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Toys for
the Peel
Region
Children’s
Aid Society

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Government
Benefits
2020

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Ford Collective
Agreement
Effective
Nov 7, 2016

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Ford Health
Care Benefit
Booklet
Nov 2016

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Ford Life &
Disability
Booklet
2016

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Ford Pension
Booklet 2016

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2016 Benefits
Appendix R

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Unifor
Constitution

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Hourly OLIP/DLIP Open Enrollment
June 1 – June 30th

The Open Enrollment for Optional/Dependent Life Insurance program (OLIP/DLIP) for Hourly employees is scheduled from June 1 to June 30, 2020.  A copy of the notice is here

If you would like to participate in this Open Enrollment, please contact your local Unifor and/or Benefit Representative to obtain an enrollment form.  The Hourly OLIP/DLIP enrollment form can also be downloaded from here and the completed form can be emailed or faxed to your local Unifor and/or Benefit Representative.  Please note that Ford will require the original signed copy – please ensure to keep it and provide it to your local Benefit Representative upon return to your location of work.

 

Local 584
May 2020
Update


1. Presidents Report - Sandy Knight

2. Inplant Report - Gary Rumboldt

3. Health & Safety - Jeff Hillier

4. Benefit Report - Claudio Parise

5. Human Rights - Committee Report

6. Education Report - Brad Mayberry

 

 

Local 584 Helping
Covid19 Heroes

To date Unifor Local 200, Windsor has made 228,143 face shields that are going directly to our frontline Covid19 Heroes. These pictures are of Unifor local 548 members preparing to ship the face shields from the Bramalea depot. Thank you to all involved and making all of us so proud.

Afternoons are Tracey Lauzon, Rob
Broughton and Katie James

Dave Champagne, Brandy Lafortune, Charron
Stoodley and Michelle Hilts for the day shift


Sister Knight is seen here getting a thermal
scan before entering the Depot


 

 

THANK YOU VERY MUCH TO
ALL WHO PARTICIPATED
IN OUR GATE COLLECTION

ONCE AGAIN UNIFOR LOCAL 584 WORKING TOGETHER SHOWED OUR SUPPORT TO THOSE LESS FORTUNATE THAN OURSELVES.

WE RAISED     $825.05

YOUR KINDNESS AND GENEROSITY WILL GO ALONG WAY AT THE KNIGHT’S TABLE….

SANDY KNIGHT
PRESIDENT

 

 

 

 

Novel Coronavirus
(COVID-19) Information

 


Thank you Brother Brian Lauzon of Local 584 for making headbands from his 3D printer. Ford Bramalea donated 150 shields for the headbands
and all were donated to Ableliving
communities throughout the GTA.

 

The Government of Ontario list of
essential workplaces and services
- Here

Green Shield Update on Travel - March 24, 2020 - Here

GSC Update: The latest info on the coronavirus and travel implications

Approved disinfectant list: Top brands on the EPA’s registered disinfectant list

Self-assessment: Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Self-assessment:

Unifor Virus Fact Sheet: Facts Sheet Download

Please remember to always wash your hands!

Hand Washing video

 

LOCAL 584
Meetings

CANCELLED

Next Meeting:

June Meeting
Cancelled

Cancelled due to
COVID-19 Virus

The safety of our members
is of uptmost importance

Lion's Hall
45 Avondale Blvd.

AGENDA:


The next meeting will be posted when
the virus situation is resolved.


 

 

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May 29, 2020


Members return to work with enhanced safety measures as Canada’s auto sector begins to ramp up post-pandemic production. Unifor reiterates urgent need to overhaul long-term care following shocking military report detailing the appalling state of five Ontario facilities. Plus, we pay tribute to COVID heroes during Paramedic Services Week.

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National President Jerry Dias and local union leaders hold virtual media conference to highlight unfair gap in the Canadian Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) that is hurting 50,000 Unifor members across multiple sectors.

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The CERB is short-changing Unifor members by denying supplemental income plans normally available to laid off workers. Sign the petition now.



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Thermal temperature readings, facemasks, and social distancing protocols the new normal for workers as assembly plants at GM, Ford, and Fiat Chrysler resume production after being idle for over two months due to COVID-19.

Canadian Armed Forces issues report outlining horrific conditions in Ontario long-term care homes, read here to find out more about Unifor’s calls for action to protect residents and workers.

Unifor is proud to partner with the Hospitality Workers Training Centre to support hotel and food service workers facing layoffs across the Greater
Toronto Area


Fast action needed as Torstar sale reflects the crisis in news media.




Unifor joins more than 200 organizations to demand #HealthCare4All including migrant workers, individuals without status, rejected refugee claimants, and many others who are uninsured and face the fear of deportation and insurmountable debt in accessing healthcare.

It’s Paramedic Services Week and while the commitment of paramedics deserves to be celebrated every week it is especially important at this moment, as paramedics continue to battle on the frontline of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Read Unifor's Submission to the Ontario Government: Now is not the time to make sudden changes to termination and severance under the Employment Standards Act, especially changes that will increase uncertainty for workers.

Nova Scotia Labour Board sides with Unifor members at Autoport Inc., as it find the employer discriminated against workers after they refused unsafe work amid pandemic.

 

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Watch as locked out members of Unifor Local 594 establish information pickets at locations across rural Saskatchewan.
WATCH VIDEO

 

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Ontario Director Naureen Rizvi makes the case for protecting workers’ rights, health and safety as Ontario moves ahead with its re-opening of workplaces.


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Have questions about COVID-19 benefits or safety measures for returning to your workplace? Get the answers on Unifor’s Information and
Resources page.


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Membership meetings are held at 10 am,
the second Sunday of every month
(except July, August & December)


The meetings take place at:
Spot One,
289 Rutherford Rd South
,
 Brampton, ON L6W 3R9

 

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584 BY-LAWS

 

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