Attention Harvesters: All Fisherman’s Meeting — Nov 9, 2021

UFAWU-Unifor will hold an All Fishermen's Meeting on Tuesday, Nov 9, 2021, from 1:30 to 3:30. The meeting will be held in Prince Rupert at the Prince Rupert Library, located…

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Harvester Input Needed: Connected Coast Project

The Connected Coast Project is set to bring internet services to rural and remote areas in coastal BC using subsea fibre optic cable. But harvester input is needed to ensure…

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Harvesters: Try The OceanSmart Green Boating App

OceanSmart is the premiere Canadian application helping mariners protect our Ocean. The application was created by the T. Buck Suzuki Foundation with support from both UFAWU-Unifor and Unifor. Here are…

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Fish Harvester Benefit and Grant Program Deadline Reminder

A reminder has been issued by Fisheries and Oceans Canada to submit applications for the phase 2 deadline of the Fish Harvester Benefit and Grant Program. The extended application deadline…

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2021 Chum Bulletin

Johnstone Straits Expectations for 2021 are below average for Inner South Coast Chum based on a below avg. 2017 returns, declines through 2017-2020 and indications of poor marine conditions in 2017-2019…

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2nd Unifor NHL Fantasy Hockey Pool

Unifor members are invited to participate in the 2nd Unifor NHL Fantasy Hockey Pool. The link for the event is www.unifor.org/nhlpool. Registration is free to all members! Unifor has some…

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UFAWU-Unifor Remembers Chief Edwin Newman

UFAWU-Unifor was saddened by the news of Heiltsuk Nation Hereditary Chief Edwin Newman's recent passing at the age of 95. Chief Newman was the President of the Native Brotherhood during…

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