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April 26, 2019

The BC Federation of Labour will be co-hosting a Day of Mourning ceremony taking place in Vancouver, as follows:

March 12, 2019

Teamsters are calling for dairy workers to be compensated in the upcoming federal budget for losses from recent trade agreements.

March 12, 2019

This is a reminder that the applications for the James R.

March 5, 2019

The Teamsters Union, established in 1903, was originally formed by the merger of two rival Unions that represented workers who drove teams of horses, which was how most freight was delivered at tha

February 21, 2019

Local 464 mourns the passing of, life-long labour activist, Arthur “Art” Alexander Kube (January 9, 1935 – February 10, 2019).  Throughout his life, Art was a Union Organizer, the Regional Director

January 25, 2019

Local 464 would like to welcome into the Teamster Brotherhood employees from the Saputo Delta facility.

January 25, 2019

Local 464 would like to congratulate our new Brothers and Sisters at Ultima Foods (Olympic Dairy) on the overwhelming ratification of their first collective agreement, which was accepted by a margi

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“I look after a lot of members in a very big plant. For years I had to fight for them by myself with no help at all from any of the Union’s representatives or Officers. This changed completely once Bobby, Bob and Paul were in office. Now I have access to my reps 24 hours a day, 7 days a week!  They’re always there to back me up.” 

- Darrell Lawres – Chief Shop Steward. Saputo, Sperling

"I was a Shop Steward and was also on the contract negotiation team. The Union took the time and trouble to learn all about our industry and what we do. This means they are better able to fight for us whether it is on the job or at the bargaining table. We have the best contract in our industry. Thanks guys!"

- Gerald Price - Agrifoods

"I have been a member of Teamsters Local 464 for 23 years and have seen many of the executives come and go. Some of the previous executives nearly ran the Local into bankruptcy including losing our pension.  Bobby Kornhass, Bob Ryder and Paul Barton brought us back from the brink. Since they took over in 2000, we at Dairyland (Saputo) have had the best contracts I have seen since I have been there."

- Randy Onyschak