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 Taylor Report 
 Rebecca Keetch, UNIFOR Solidarity Movement
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Phil speaks with Rebecca Keetch, a member of UNIFOR Local 222 who is laid off from the Oshawa GM plant. Sister Keetch, is a member of the Solidarity Movement, a group of rank-and-file autoworkers who are circulating an unprecedented petition demanding that the UNIFOR leadership publish the full text of proposed collective agreements online, so that members can know what they are voting for. The practice until now has been to give members just a summary of "highlights."

When the first set of 1,540 signatures was sent to Jerry Dias last Friday, Sister Keetch said, "Unifor autoworkers are fighting back against a longstanding, undemocratic contract ratification process. This petition was launched to fight for better democracy, better transparency, and greater membership empowerment in the collective bargaining process."

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00:15:05 English 2020-09-14
 Toronto, Ontario
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