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Advocacy continues to make a difference in the lives of Uber drivers

Toronto – April 4, 2022 – When Uber driver Dee Verma got deactivated from her means of making a living she felt alone, afraid and uncertain about the future. That is until she met with UFCW Canada representatives at the Uber Greenlight Hub who heard her case and acted as support to lean on.

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UFCW Canada representation gets Uber driver reactivated

Laval, Que. – March 21, 2022 – When Uber driver Gabriele lost access to his Uber app, he was overwhelmed with stressful thoughts, like how was he going to pay his bills, earn a living, and provide for himself when he was locked out of his primary source of income?

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UFCW Canada and Uber Canada reach historic national agreement to benefit drivers and delivery people

TORONTO – January 27, 2022 – Uber Canada and the United Food and Commercial Workers Canada (UFCW Canada) have hammered out a historic national agreement that provides over 100,000 drivers and delivery people on the Uber platform with strong representation and supports government reforms to provide drivers and delivery people new benefits and preserve the flexibility of their work.

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UFCW Canada National President Paul Meinema on the landmark agreement that gives over 100,000 workers on the Uber platform access to UFCW Canada representation.