JUstice for janitors

Janitors (J4J) is a movement of more than 225,000 janitors across Canada and the United States. The goal of SEIU’s J4J Movement is to lead the way to a more just and humane society; building power for all janitors by developing member leadership and activism, winning strong contracts, organizing unorganized janitors, building political and community power, and engaging in direct action that demonstrates our strength and determination to win.

Private Retail Liquor Store Workers (BC)

We face numerous challenges. The cost of living keeps going up, wages are low, and raises are rare.
Making matters worse, many of us are not allowed to accept or keep tips. It often seems we don’t have
a voice at our workplaces. But there’s a way forward. We’re coming together through the Beverage
Workers Rising campaign.

Beverage workers rising

Beverage Workers Rising is a response to the workplace challenges faced by employees in the brewery and liquor industry working for both independent craft institutions as well as global multi-national corporations. Workers in the beverage industry across Canada are seeing their wages stagnate and working conditions eroded by companies focused primarily on cutting costs. Together, workers can improve working conditions by connecting with one another and forming a union.

Golf course workers united

Golf Course Workers United is a campaign that brings together workers to overcome the challenges we face in the golf course sector. Wages have not kept up with the sharp rising cost of living across Canada. Together, workers can improve working conditions by connecting with one another and forming a union. SEIU Local 2 represents hundreds of golf course workers in over a dozen courses in BC.

Canadian Brewery Council

The Canadian Brewery Council is a multi-union coalition committed to improving our members lives by developing and sustaining open lines of communications. We are fostering collaboration through sharing of collective agreements and all other labour related matters that can help illuminate the playing field against an aggressive anti-worker agenda. We’ve agreed to put partisan matters aside, whether it be who you work for or what Union represents you and solely focus on the opportunity that co-operation can provide to enhance, protect, and defend our members interests.

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J4J Metro-Vancouver Bargaining

Over 2500 janitors in first central bargaining contract negotiations fighting to win much needed improvements – cost of living wage increases, improved benefits, a pension plan, better health & safety measures, and job security!

There is a Better Way

TTC contract-flipping shouldn’t hurt workers. When the TTC changes contractors, the impacted workers and their families risk losing all the workplace improvements they’ve made over the years. Together we can change that.

Responsible Gaming Doesn’t Gamble with Good Jobs

Doug Ford’s plan for "iGaming" (i.e. regulated online gaming) in Ontario threatens good jobs and revenue for public services in our communities. Take action!