Media

Media Contact
Assya Moustaqim-Barrette
assyamb@seiulocal2.ca

3/11/2020

Media Release:
Bee-Clean Janitors Win Paid Sick Days, Health Benefits, and a Wage Boost in their First Collective Agreement

10/30/2020

Media Advisory:
Pickets throughout the Lower Mainland Postponed After Janitors Reach Tentative Agreement with Bee-Clean Building Maintenance

10/29/2020

Media Release:
Bee-Clean Janitors Vote to Strike, Launching Pickets throughout Vancouver

05/14/2020

Media Release:
New Study to Shed Light on Working Conditions of Front-Line Janitors at Large Properties Across Canada

05/12/2020

Media Release: Unions are Essential

SEIU Local 2 launches massive effort to unionize janitors and other essential workers

04/27/2020

Media Release: Empty words are not enough

Elected leaders publicly recognize need for Justice for Janitors

04/08/2020

Media Release: More respect for our hard work

Janitors launch campaign demanding better pay and work conditions during COVID-19

11/13/2019

Icon condo janitors fight ends in victory

5 Janitors working at a downtown Toronto condominium have negotiated a contract with their employer, Luciano Janitorial Services

09/30/2019

BC janitors set major precedent for successorship

Janitors become first group to test BC’s new successorship provisions setting major legal precedent for workers in highly precarious sectors of the economy

07/24/2019

Rally for locked out Toronto janitors

Condominium Board of Directors urged to direct cleaning contractor back to negotiation table, after it locked out janitors for refusing drastic concessions

02/12/2019

BC Hydro janitor delegation gets commitment from BC government

Worker delegation on representing janitors at BC Hydro asked Minister of Energy to ensure their jobs and union rights are protected by intervening on their behalf before contract flip March 1

11/30/2018

SEIU welcomes Ministry recommendations as first step

Successorship provisions for the building cleaning sector will provide much needed job security for thousands of janitors across BC

09/17/2018

Community rallies around Canada Line janitors
Over 50 of BC’s rapid transit line cleaners are losing their jobs as a result of contract flipping - legal complaint filed against Tricom