Unifor remains committed to negotiating new contract for ASP members

Unifor remains committed to negotiating new contract for ASP members

November 28, 2023 at 2:30 PM


Yesterday, union representatives met in Toronto with the employer, along with the aid of the Ministry of Labour appointed Conciliator, with hopes of reaching a new contract for ASP Security members of Unifor Local 2002.

Yesterday’s discussions were productive and the parties will continue to negotiate this week and into the following week with the assistance of the conciliation officer. The goal of your committee is to reach a deal at the bargaining table that can be brought back to you, the membership for ratification. The best deals are those that are freely negotiated, and your committee is focused on doing just that.

Your Unifor bargaining committee appreciates the support of the ASP membership and commits to continuing negotiations on your behalf.

Although you have provided your committee with authorization to strike, and the mediation cooling-off period will come to an end on Dec 3rd at 0001, members are to continue showing up for work. To be clear, members can not exercise the right to withhold their labour in the form of a strike, until the Union has served at a minimum 72 hours’ notice to the employer.

We will communicate more information as it becomes available.


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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