Skip to content

Unifor ratifies agreement establishing pattern for energy workers

Unifor says it reached the three-year agreement with Suncor
web1_2023120818124-6573a1741aac8b32e4c5cb11jpeg
Unifor says representatives from its energy locals have ratified an agreement that sets a pattern for more than 7,500 workers who are part of the union’s National Energy Program. Suncor Energy Centre is pictured in downtown Calgary, Alta., Friday, Sept. 16, 2022. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jeff McIntosh

Unifor says representatives from its energy locals have ratified a tentative agreement that sets a pattern for more than 7,500 workers.

The workers are part of the union’s National Energy Program.

In a press release Friday, Unifor says it reached the three-year agreement with Suncor.

To complete the process, local unions will supplement the national pattern by negotiating over specific local issues.

These locals include multiple terminals and refineries across the country.

Unifor national president Lana Payne says it was a difficult round of bargaining.

The Canadian Press





Pop-up banner image