Since 1945, the men and women of the UFAWU have struggled through good times and bad. Our struggles have changed the landscape of our communities and the industry — enriching them as we work for economic and social justice. Our victories have been many and we take strength from them. Those victories have come from our members working together in solidarity and diversity. We know that solidarity makes us stronger and that fighting back makes a difference.
The fight to keep Fisheries and Oceans Canada from banning frozen-at-sea spot prawn tails continues.
B.C. salmon have fallen victim to the devastating impacts of habitat destruction, climate change and explosive pinniped populations.
B.C. commercial harvesters came together to envision a future for B.C. salmon.
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