More than 1,200 No Frills workers could go on strike in Ontario next week
More than 1,200 Unifor members employed at Loblaw-owned No Frills stores could be on strike as of Monday, the union said in a statement released Thursday.
According to Unifor, the corporation refuses to address pay demands and working conditions amid a Canadian affordability crisis.
Unifor recently ratified a new collective agreement with Metro workers, ending a five-week long strike that began in July.
The agreement included an immediate $1.50 an hour raise, enhanced benefits and pensions, better scheduling, and job protection from the implementation of self-checkouts, the union said.
That agreement is similar to what No Frills workers are demanding.
Within its release, Unifor highlighted that Loblaws reported a $621 million profit in its third quarter – a nearly 12 per cent increase over the last.