Welcome to Unifor Local 6007

Membership Meeting on March 31, 2020 – POSTPONED

The membership meeting scheduled for Tuesday, March 31 has been postponed. A new date will be posted as soon as possible, and an updated agenda will be uploaded when it is available.

COVID-19 Information

Updated: March 17, 2020

The situation regarding COVID-19 had moved quickly and created an unprecedented situation for many working people and Unifor members in Canada. Unifor continues to monitor the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic across the country, as well as the sectors and workplaces of our union. Here are some resources

COVID-19 Web Page: www.unifor.org/covid19

Visit for the most up to date union information, resources, and news on the coronavirus. At this point in the crisis, new information is posted daily, including a growing list of sector-specific backgrounders.

Frequently Asked Questions on COVID-19: Download the PDF

Questions about EI sickness benefits, work absences, in-person meetings, and refusing work? Unifor’s FAQ on COVID-19 has answers.

COVID-19 Checklist for Income Replacement: Download the PDF

This checklist sets out the possible measures that may be available for income replacement events including; sickness cue to COVID-19, isolation or quarantine, family care obligations, and layoff or business closures.

A Fact Sheet from Unifor is available here (updated March 3, 2020).

Stay informed, and stay safe.

  • Wash your hands often.
  • Maintain social distancing.
  • Practice proper cough and sneeze etiquette.
  • Avoid touching eyes, nose, and mouth.

Modernization of the Canadian Labour Code (2019)

Many new changes to the Canadian Labour Code came into effect on September 1, 2019. A description and analysis of the changes to Part III of the Code (which deals with labour standards) is available here.

A Word from Unifor

 Modernization of the Canadian Labour Code (2019)

Unifor is currently in talks about the new changes to the Canadian Labour Code. A presentation about the changes can be viewed here (PDF file).

More details will be presented as they become available.

Bell Sales Bargaining Update 8 – February 21, 2019

Greetings Bell Sales Members

Your Bargaining Committee is proud to notify everyone that your tentative agreement was ratified today.

Joint ballots from both Quebec and Ontario were counted today in Ottawa and you now have a new collective agreement in place.

We would like to thank everyone that took the time to vote and for your solidarity during the entire bargaining process.

Your Bargaining Committee:

  • Sonny Malhotra, Ontario Representative
  • Fazal Vankalwala, Ontario Representative
  • Kato Nsangwa Mumba, Quebec Representative
  • Carlos Dion, Quebec Representative
  • Louise Giguère, Quebec National Office
  • Robin Dudley, Ontario National Office

A PDF copy is available here.
A full list of updates and bargaining documents can be found here.

Hey, Bell! Remove Stack Ranking!

Would it surprise you to know that Bell is using a widely discredited employee ranking system? It makes life worse for workers and customers.

Above: Sonny Malhotra, Kato Nsangwa, Fazal Vankalwala, and Carlos Dion.

Above: Member Shahood Haque, Elected Steward Surbhi Malhotra, and
President Sonny Malhotra posing for the End Stack Ranking campaign.