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Unifor Local 200

Unifor Local 200
Founded November 23, 1941
Members 1521 (Feb 2009)
Head union Unifor
Key people John D'Agnolo, President
Office location 1855 Turner Rd., Windsor, Ontario, Canada
Country Canada
Website www.uniforlocal200.org
Former logo as Canadian Auto Workers Local 200

Unifor Local 200 is a local union of the general trade union Unifor. It represents auto industry workers in Windsor, Ontario at three Ford Motor Company of Canada engine plants and one Nemak aluminum casting plant.

History [ edit ]

Presidents [ edit ]

  1. Roy England
  2. Jack Taylor
  3. Charlie McDonald
  4. Vic White
  5. Herb Kelly
  6. Hank Renaud
  7. Steve Harris
  8. Ray Wakeman
  9. Frank McAnally
  10. Alex Keeney
  11. Mike Vince ( - January 1, 2010)
  12. Dan Cassady (January 2, 2010 - July 1 2011)
  13. Chris Taylor (July 1, 2011 - ?)
  14. John D'Agnolo ( ? - present)

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Collective Bargaining Gains [ edit ]

  • 1940s - Paid Vacation, Union Security (Rand Formula), Paid Holidays, COLA (Cost of Living Allowance), Job Postings, Grievance Procedure, Foreman Working Language, Overtime Premiums, Seniority for Vets.
  • 1950s - AIF (Annual Improvement Factor), Pensions, Insurance Plan (Medical-Hospital-Surgical), Supplemental Unemployment Benefits (SUB).
  • 1960s
  • 1970s - Optical & Dental, Health & Safety Committees, Hearing Aids, Pension - 30 and Out, Paid Personal Holidays, Paid Education Leave (PEL),
  • 1980s - Video Display Terminal Protection, Paid Maternity Leave, Childcare, Legal Services Plan, Income Maintenance (Beyond SUB), Union Counsellors, Affirmative Action, Health & Safety Company Wide Co-ordinators, Weekend Worker, Pension Indexation (for future retirees)
  • 1990s - Social Justice Fund, Four Day Weekends, Phased Retirement, Same Sex Benefits, Employment Equity Representatives - Women's Advocate, SPA Week, Harassment: Right to Refuse Training, Outsourcing Protection: Work Ownership, Protection from changes to Labour Laws, Union Training Funds, Pension Indexing (All Retirees), Skilled Trades Union Education Fund, Tuition Scholarship, Child Care Subsidy, Retirees Education Fund, Additional SPA Week, Environmental Representation.
  • 21st Century - Paramedical Coverage, Indefinite Layoff Protection (Special SUB), Homemaking Service and In Home Nursing, New Investment Commitment.

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Struggles [ edit ]

Local 200 & the Community [ edit ]

References [ edit ]

  1. ^ a b 60th Anniversary Committee (2001). A Walk Through Our History 1941 - 2001. Print Craft Ltd.
  • Turcotte, Rebecca (June 5, 2008). "CAW Local 200 donates Ford van to food bank". The Windsor Star. Archived from the original on November 4, 2012. Retrieved 2008-06-14.
  • Hall, Dave (June 11, 2008). "Tough decision for Ford workers. 150 leaving for Oakville". The Windsor Star. Archived from the original on June 12, 2008. Retrieved 2008-06-14.
  • "CAW Local 200 president re-elected by wide margin". The Windsor Star. March 19, 2008. Archived from the original on November 4, 2012. Retrieved 2008-06-14.
  • Henderson, Gord. "Vote of confidence". The Windsor Star. April 01, 2008. Archived from the original on November 4, 2012. Retrieved 2008-06-14.
  • Baruth-Walsh, Mary E. and Mark Walsh. Strike 99 Days on the Line. Canada: Penumbra Press, 1995. ISBN 0-921254-68-7 (hardcover), ISBN 0-921254-69-5
  • Colling, Herb. The Ford Strike in Windsor: 99 Days. Toronto: NC Press, 1995. ISBN 1-55021-088-2
  • Colling, Herb. “Ford Strike of ‘45” in Best of Times Magazine, ed., Elaine Weeks. Windsor: Walkerville Publishing Co., 2006.

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