The Kamloops & District Labour Council is represents of roughly 13,000 unionized workers in the Kamloops area covering Merritt to Valemount and Chase to Lillooet.
Our affiliates work collaboratively to advance the economic and social welfare of workers and with other progressive organizations in the promotion of social justice and human rights as described in the United Nations’ Charter of Human Rights.
We are members of the BC Federation of Labour and the Canadian Labour Congress, the latter of which represents over three-million unionized Canadians
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- Canada’s unions launch initiative to shine a light on harassment and violence at workby rchaaraoui on October 21, 2020 at 5:43 pm
With the pandemic as the backdrop, researchers and unions are launching a national survey that aims to gauge the severity and measure the response to violence and harassment in Canada’s workplaces. “The issue of violence and harassment at work […]
- Canada’s unions call for immediate federal action to uphold treaty rights of Mi’kmaq Fishersby jtingley on October 19, 2020 at 7:03 pm
Canada’s unions are condemning the illegal efforts of non-Indigenous fishers to sabotage the inherent rights of the Mi’kmaq people to hunt, fish and gather off the coast of Nova Scotia, and are calling on the federal government to take immediate […]
- Canada’s unions welcome employment gains, but urge continued focus on jobsby aboughner on October 9, 2020 at 1:21 pm
OTTAWA – Canada’s unions welcome the job gains reported in the September findings from Statistics Canada’s monthly labour force survey released today, but are warning that expanded government investment will remain crucial to a full economic […]
- Canada’s unions stand united against all forms of racism and against police violenceby rchaaraoui on October 8, 2020 at 1:25 pm
As communities across Canada, and around the world, grapple with COVID-19, racialized communities have not only been disproportionately impacted by the health fall-out, but are also dealing with the violent legacy of colonialism, police brutality, […]
- Lessons of the pandemic must lead to change for frontline workersby rchaaraoui on October 7, 2020 at 4:04 pm
It is of the utmost importance that the lessons we have learned throughout this pandemic help us shape a brighter future for people living in Canada. This crisis has shone a light on some of the vast inequalities in this country. As we move towards […]