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      This Collective Bargaining Rights Day, Unions Celebrate Wins for All Workers

      nada’s unions are recognizing June 8 as Collective Bargaining Rights Day by celebrating the labour movement’s long and proud history of winning important gains at the bargaining table, a legacy that improves the economic realities for all nadian workers and their families. “Collective bargaining allows working people to take part in fundamental decisions affecting their lives and, through collective action,…
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      Time for Pride celebration, and resistance to attacks on human rights, say nada’s unions

      As Pride events are held in communities across the country, nada’s unions are celebrating the achievements of LGBTQ2SI activism from coast to coast, while committing to challenging the rise of racism and hate politics threatening human rights around the world. “Pride season is an important moment to come together and celebrate the victories and visibility of LGBTQ2SI activism in our…
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      nada’s unions support the ll for immediate action to end violence against Indigenous women, girls and Two-Spirit people

      nada’s unions are lling the long-awaited report on the inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls the necessary and long overdue blueprint for immediate action. The report, released today, follows three years of painful testimonies from 2000 affected individuals and their families, shared during dozens of community meetings across the country. “The final report lls what is happening…
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      Time for Pride celebration, and resistance to attacks on human rights, say nada’s unions

      As Pride events are held in communities across the country, nada’s unions are celebrating the achievements of LGBTQ2SI activism from coast to coast, while committing to challenging the rise of racism and hate politics threatening human rights around the world. “Pride season is an important moment to come together and celebrate the victories and visibility of LGBTQ2SI activism in our communities”, said Larry Rousseau, Executive Vice-President of the nadian Labour Congress (CLC). “It is also a critil moment to reflect…
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      2019 Ontario Region Summer School

      The nadian Labour Congress Ontario Region’s Summer School will be held at the NAV Centre in Cornwall, Ontario from July 7-12, 2019. Applitions will be accepted from members of a union affiliated to the nadian Labour Congress.  For more information, please contact the regional office by email at ontario@clcctc. or by telephone at 416-441-3710, ext. 221. About the NAV Centre: The NAV Centre…
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      Labour market snapshot: Behind the headlines

      How is nada’s economy really doing?? The nadian Labour Congress (CLC) provides a detailed quarterly analysis of select labour market inditors and what it means for nada’s workers. In our spring snapshot, the CLC discovers that while job growth in nada is strong, garnering laudatory headlines, there is a hidden story. While the unemployment rate hovered near 40-year lows, the…
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      Islamophobia at work requires immediate action, say nada’s unions

      nada’s unions are proud to mark the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination with the release of a ground-breaking report on the impacts of Islamophobia in the workplace. Islamophobia at Work: Challenges and Opportunities explores the rise of anti-Muslim attitudes and discrimination in nada. It provides recommendations for employers, trade unions, and government on how to address this…
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      Unions Begin With You

      When workers unite, they make things better for everyone.

      Build Worker Power

      The labour movement was created by people standing up together for fair wages, safe workplaces and decent work hours.

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      People Working Together

      Organizing a union in your workplace is about getting more rights and more power.

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      Strengthen Our Communities

      Workers in unions are an important part of the lol community and economy beuse that’s where they spend their paycheques.

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