On March 9, 2021, the Labour Board overwhelmingly dismissed Unifor’s 2018 charges filed over the Fairmont Royal York.
This means the June 2018 ratification of the Local 75 Collective Agreement at the Fairmont Royal York stands, the September displacement vote is thrown out, and our Union is secure!
Our future remains secure when we stick together.
Take a look at our new Canadian Hospitality Bailouts Report detailing how a lack of conditions on the Highly Affected Sectors Credit Availability Program (HASCAP) hurts Canada’s hotel workers.
Check out our October 2020 newsletter for important Local 75 updates! Read about extended recall rights, government lobbying efforts, local victories and so much more!
Check out our October 2020 Newsletter for important Local 75 updates! Read about extended recall rights, government lobbying efforts, local victories and so much more!
After the Royal York and Chelsea abruptly ended their participation in the CEWS program to bring back laid off workers, leaving only the Sheraton using the program this way, Local 75 turned up the heat.