Unifor Local 7 logo Montage of union members

Representing 1,300 Manitoba workers employed in Clerical and Operator Services at Bell MTS, Yellow Pages Group and AAA Alarms

Unifor Local 7

Patty Deschamps
Vice President
Jackie Prynne
Cathy Mitchell
Laura Stranieri
Membership Secretary
Hilary Kaluzny

Site last updated
June 2, 2018

Unifor Prairies Council Meeting Highlights

In May, activists from across the Prairies met in Saskatoon for Unifor's 5th annual Prairies Council. Delegates received updates from committees, held elections, and discussed a wide range of pressing issues including truth and reconciliation, mental health, and the role of youth in our movement. A video synopsis of the meeting is now online, and you can view it if you click here.

Union Forms for Members to Download

Several forms for Unifor Local 7 member use have recently been updated - and are now available for download through this website. The available forms are to request a union leave of absence, a union leave cancellation, or to file an expense voucher to cover expenses incurred while on union business. Click here to view and download the forms.

Fighting for a National Prescription Drug Plan

Canada is the only developed nation in the world with a universal health care program that does not include a universal prescription drug plan. Unifor has been successful in negotiating prescription drug coverage for many of our members, but there are still members who lack or have incomplete coverage. Unifor is helping in the fight to ensure all Canadians can get the prescription drugs they need. To learn what Unifor is doing - and what you can do to help - visit the Unifor Canada website.

No AIP Payout? Call!

Unifor Local 7 members at Bell MTS should have received their Achievement Incentive Plan payout by now. Please contact the Unfor Local 7 office at 988-1408 or email president@uniforlocal7.ca if you did not receive you AIP individual performance payout.

Keep Informed About Your Union

Unifor is committed to enhancing communication with members and all workers in general. A number of free newsletters are available on request. Uniforum provides a snapshot of the union’s activities in workplaces and communities throughout Canada. Echo is for young workers - Eduaction showcases local union education initiatives - Pride in Print is Unifor’s pride newsletter - while the Unifor Health, Safety & Environment newsletter is a look at various HS&E issues and initiatives throughout Canada and around the world. To subscribe to any of these or other newsletters that are available, visit the Unifor Canada website.