ASP Security Bargaining Update

ASP Security Bargaining Update

January 19, 2024 at 6:00 PM


Your Unifor bargaining committee met with the employer and conciliator today to continue discussions.

The committee has heard the membership loud and clear and understands what needs to be achieved in order for a tentative agreement to be ratified. Those demands have been brought back to the employer and it has been made clear that anything less will not be accepted by the committee, nor the dedicated and hardworking ASP membership.

A guarantee has been made by ASP (i.e. the employer) to make meaningful efforts and work towards addressing the committee’s demands over the coming. The employer will report back to the union within seven-days on what progress has been made. As long as progress continues to be made, the committee has given the employer a commitment to be reasonable in their decisions on a go-forward basis.

As a result of today’s negotiations, the committee has made themselves available and are ready to continue negotiating to reach a fair and equitable deal for the membership.

Furthermore, the strike vote deadline has been extended indefinitely, which continues to allow the union with 72-hours notice to withhold labour. Strike action is a last resort option that would be taken in the event that a deal cannot be obtained.

Further information will be provided when it is available.

The current collective bargaining agreement between Unifor and ASP Security expired on December 31, 2022, but remains in effect.


In Solidarity,

Your Unifor 2002 Bargaining Committee
Sonia Torres, Bargaining Committee Representative
Vesna Jelic, Bargaining Committee Representative
Denise Cochrane, Assistant to the Unifor Local 2002 President
Charlotte Pape, Secretary Treasurer - Unifor Local 2002
Tammy Moore, President - Unifor Local 2002
Pearl Almeida, Unifor National Representative


For more information, please contact: Denise Cochrane, Assistant to the Local President





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