Dauphin Co-operatives Ltd.

Dauphin Co-op workers give strong strike mandate

July 10, 2019

After two separate meetings on Sunday, July 7, workers at Dauphin Co-op turned down the Co-op’s latest offer by 92% and voted 75% in favour of giving their bargaining committee a strike mandate.
 
“This 75% result puts the bargaining committee in a good position when we meet again at the bargaining table,” said Sonia Taylor, union negotiator. “We hope that after seeing how strongly opposed the employees are, we can get a fair deal that works for everyone, not just the management.”
 


Dauphin Co-op Negotiations Breakdown

June 4, 2019

After seven days of talks on several issues regarding wages, scheduling and important contract language, negotiations between the parties has hit standstill.

Union negotiator Sonia Taylor said, “It is apparent that the Co-op is not serious about reaching a new collective agreement. They are sending a clear message that they are not prepared to offer a fair deal.”

As such, negotiator Taylor has scheduled meetings for July 7 to get together with the members of the Dauphin Co-op to review and vote on the Co-op’s last offer, as well as obtain further input from the members.


Dauphin Co-op Negotiations Set to Begin

July 9, 2018

The union bargaining committee, led by negotiator Sonia Taylor and assisted by Daniel Bertrand, Jim Klassen, Gerald Mayuk, Murray McLean and Ralph Zurba, will begin bargaining with the Dauphin Consumers Co-opertive on October 30 to November 2, 2018. During these meetings, the union will be negotiating improvements to the existing collective agreement based on the feedback it received from the members working at the Co-op.

Negotiator Taylor will provide an update as to the status of bargaining after the November 2 meeting.


Dauphin Co-op negotiations underway!

May 5, 2010
More dates scheduled in June. Negotiations with the Dauphin Co-op got underway on April 8, 2010.  To date, the parties have had three days of talks, with two additional days scheduled for June 17 & 18, 2010.    We believe that the parties have made significant progress on the non monetary issues and expect to start addressing issues such as wages and benefits when we meet again the Co-op’s committee. UFCW Local 832 negotiator, Beatrice Bruske will advise you of theprogress after the next meeting dates in June, in the interim, if you have any questions, ple

Tentative agreement reached at Dauphin Consumer Co-op

September 28, 2006
The union is pleased to advise that a tentative agreement has been reached with Dauphin Consumer Co-op on the renewal of your Collective Agreement.

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