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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
July 21, 2017

Membership Cards in the Mail

Unifor Local 7 members should be watching their mailbox for an envelope from their union. A mail out is underway to distribute new membership cards. If you have any questions or if you don't receive your card within the next few days, call Local 7 President Patty Deschamps at 204 988-1408.

Unifor Golf Tournament

The Unifor Recreational Council is organizing a golf tournment to take place on Sunday, September 10. It will take place at Scotswood Links in Elm Creek, abou 50km west of Winnipeg. Click here for more details.

Petition in Support of First Nations Children

The Broadbent Institute is calling on the Federal Government address the inequities in child welfare and other government services for First Nations children. You can add your voice to the demand for quick action by signing the online petition. Click here for details.

New MTS Agreement Now Online

The new Collective Agreement with Bell MTS is now available online. The agreement runs until December 19, 2019. Click here to download it in PDF format.

News for Union Retirees

The Congress of Union Retirees of Canada has put out a newsletter that will be of interest to all union retirees - and to people who see retirement in their future. Click here to download a PDF copy of it.

iPhone showing the 211 Manitoba site

Need Help? Visit 211 Manitoba

211 Manitoba is a searchable online database of government, health, and social services that are available across the province. Services are grouped together into categories that include food and clothing, housing and homelessness, health, mental health, employment, newcomers, children and parenting, and youth. At this time, 211 Manitoba is available online only, the goal is to move to full-service 211 including phone, text, and/or chat capacity. Click here to visit mb.211.ca.

Understanding Unifor's Membership

Strengthening our union is a collective task. It takes time - including a couple of minutes of your time - but it's worth it for our future. Please visit unifor.org/demographics to learn more about this important project and to fill out a short survey.

Get Blue Cross Information the Easy Way

Local 7 members covered by the Blue Cross health benefit can obtain information on all of the benefits available to them through the the Blue Cross website. Once you've signed up on the website you can view personalized details of the benefits you're entitled to receive.

Be a Contributor

Unifor Local 7's newsletter "Unifor You" is always looking for information that will be of interest to our members. If you have any ideas of what you would like to see in the newsletter, something happening in your department or special activities of members, let us know by sending your information to president@uniforlocal7.ca.