Welcome! The association was formed in 1990 which was originally called CCBESSA, then known as CEP Local 1990 (Communications Energy Paperworkers Union of Canada). We are now called the Unifor, Local Union 1990 and we have approximately 1500+ members and one composite local, The Conseil Scolaire Francosud. Our membership comprise of Business Managers, Computer Technicians, Science Laboratory Technicians, Learning Commons Librarians, Education Assistants, School Assistants, Office Assistants, Administrative Secretaries, Education Assistants, Braille, Psychologists, Social Workers, Family and School Support Workers and much more...

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Note:  This is an Unofficial result until verified by the Alberta Labour Relations Board


October 24, 2018

64 % Voted NO to the Mediator's Recommendation

SUMMARY OF UNIFOR STRIKE ASSISTANCE RULES - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -  You are eligible for strike benefits if you meet the following qualifications:    1.  Members must be in good standing before a strike begins to be entitled to strike assistance, provided they meet the other qualifications (this means that a member must be in good standing the day before a strike commences).    2.  Probationary and new hires may become eligible for strike benefits only if they join the Union by paying the ini

Unifor, Local Union No. 1990
Memorandum of Settlement June 12, 2018
Date: June 27, 2018 at 6:00 P.M.(a copy of the document is posted at your work location and copies will be available at 4 p.m. before the meeting)
Place: Royal Canadian Legion (755 - 40 St SE, Calgary)

Unifor National Feed


Educational support staff at the Edmonton Catholic School Board, ratify new collective agreement with wage increases and Women's Advocate prog


Unifor members were honored for their work at the Canadian Screen Awards, with some using the opportunity to highlight the crisis in local news.


"I’m not going to leave the important stuff to someone else.”