Unifor is a voluntary organization that belongs to its members.
We form Unifor at a time that is both troubling and critical; a time when the power of corporations and bankers has no limits; when progress has been replaced by a relentless race to the bottom. We form Unifor at a time when our economy is being hollowed, our democracy eroded and when governments have abandoned social progress in the name of austerity. We form Unifor at a time when too many workers are struggling…
Unifor's Constitution outlines our organizational structure, statement of principles, democratic governance and other core elements.
This Constitution outlines the central characteristics of Unifor. It is written in clear, accessible language and made available to all members and non-members, who are interested.Download document
CEP (Now Unifor) Local 591G Bylaws as amended March 7, 2010
The merger of the Graphic Communications International Union, Locals 211 and 28B Toronto, 500M Ontario and TTU 91-O, is part of a continuing trend toward the formation of one Union in the Graphic Arts Industry... read more by downloading this documentDownload document