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2022 Leadership Conference

2022 Leadership Conference

Hundreds of excited LiUNA Local 3000 members gathered in Richmond Hill for the 2022 Leadership Conference. Please click the button below for photos of the event.

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Victory at Willowgrove Long-Term Care

Willowgrove Victory

An overwhelming majority of members at Willowgrove Long-Term Care Residence voted to leave the Christian Labour Association of Canada (CLAC) and join LiUNA Local 3000. Welcome to the LiUNA 3000 family Willowgrove!

Rally at Alberta Legislature

Demonstration at the Alberta Legislature to protest Kenney Government

We gathered at the Alberta Legislature on November 20th to support all workers in pushing back against the Kenney Government and his attacks on workers in Alberta!

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Villa Leonardo Gambin Family BBQ

Villa Leonardo Gambin Family BBQ

Members at Villa Leonardo Gambin enjoy a BBQ with friends and family.

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LiUNA 3000 Leadership Seminar in Collingwood

Leadership Seminar in Collingwood, Ontario

Liuna Local 3000 members gathered in Collingwood, Ontario for a leadership seminar in May 2019.

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Rexall Walk to Cure Cancer

Rexall One walk to Conquer Cancer

LiUNA Sisters participated in the Rexall OneWalk to Conquer Cancer that takes place in the streets of Toronto. Every year thousands of walkers challenge themselves to walk and raise vital funds for cancer research and care at the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, one of the top 5 cancer research centres in the world. Our team raised $15,000 for this cause.

LiUNA 3000 at Queens Park Rally

LiUNA members at Queens Park for the Time to Care Act rally

Bill 33 has become known as the Time To Care in Ontario. It is a private member’s bill introduced by Ontario NDP MPP France Gélinas. The bill has passed first and second reading in the Ontario Legislature and was ordered referred to the Standing Committee on General Government in November of last year.

If passed, Bill 33 (Time to Care Act) would amend the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007, mandating at least four hours a day of nursing and personal support services per resident (averaged across the residents). The minimum hours may be increased by regulation. To support the Time to Care Act, please visit here.

Providence Manor, Kingston Ontario

In 2017, the Employer drastically reduced nursing care for residents in this long-term care facility creating unsafe working conditions for our members and the residents they care for. We organized an information picket protesting the care cuts to raise awareness in the community and media. As a result of the efforts of our union and members, a significant number of care hours are being restored.