UFCW is claiming victory in its effort to prevent multinational grocery conglomerate Royal Ahold from enforcing a policy that aimed to restrict its employees' use of social media outside of the workplace.
Recently, the Students Against Migrant Exploitation (SAME) chapter at Brock University held one of their most successful events so far. The event, entitled "Game for SAME," was a video game tournament that sought to raise awareness of the plight of Migrant Workers among the St. Catharines community, as well as fundraise for the families who were affected by the tragic February 2012 accident that claimed the lives of ten migrant workers in Homestead, Ontario.
The 2011 Western Regional Youth Internship Program (YIP) in Harrison Hot Springs, B.C., recently marked the completion of yet another successful session of Canada’s leading program for youth and labour activists.
The Students Against Migrant Exploitation “S.A.M.E” recently embarked on their “Summer of S.A.M.E” which has seen the group of student activists already conduct several outreach and educational programs, along with several charity fundraisers.