Local 75 Getting the Vote Out! Toronto Election 2022

Last weekend, Local 75 ran a canvassing blitz for Toronto City Council candidates Chris Moise and Ausma Malik. Toronto needs strong, progressive city councillors like Ausma and Chris! 
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Proposed Bylaw Amendments

Amendments to the Local 75 Bylaws as proposed by the Local 75 Executive Board on October 6, 2022 and laid out at our most recent GMM will be voted on at our next General Membership Meeting on January 10, 2023.

The Proposed amendments include:

  • Include the feminine pronoun and/or gender-neutral pronouns such as they/them wherever a masculine pronoun occurs
  • Holding the election of officers every five years instead of every four years

For a complete listing of the proposed amendments and of our current bylaws, click the links below:

Local 75 By-Laws April 2008-as amended January 2011 – FINAL-1 (1)

Proposed Amendments to Local 75 Bylaws as approved by Local 75 Executive Board

If you have any questions, please speak with your Local 75 representative, your Executive Board representative, or contact us at [email protected] or 416-384-0983

Labour Day Parade 2022

Come out and celebrate our first in-person Labour Day parade since the pandemic! This year, Local 75 is leading the parade. If you have any questions, be sure to check with your organizer for details, participation is free.

Monday Sept 5th, 8AM sharp!

We’ll be on the corner of Queen St. and University Avenue. See you there!



HTA 75 partners with the Government of Canada to address the immediate need for quality jobs for laid-off hospitality workers

The Government of Canada will provide $3.4 Million to HTA 75 over a period of 3 years to deliver “The Future of Work – Foundational Skills as a Pathway to Recovery and Resilience” program in collaboration with UNITE HERE Local 75 and Local 261 representing hospitality workers in Toronto and Ottawa. With this funding HTA 75 and its network of partners will deliver resources, tools, short cycle training programs, and employment services to meet the needs of the workers and the hospitality sector. This project is funded by the Government of Canada’s Sectoral Initiatives Program. Click here to read the full press release


UNITE HERE Local 75 receives Skills Development Fund from the Government of Ontario

UNITE HERE Local 75 and the Ontario Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development have partnered under the Skills Development Fund (SDF) to address the challenges faced by hospitality workers in getting hired in addition to training and retraining workers with skills needed for the future.

The Ontario Government will provide $1.5 Million to UNITE HERE Local 75 for a year under this program.

Click here to view the full press release.