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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- Political leaders must work together and fast-track Bill C-22 on Disability Benefitsby hannah on October 3, 2022 at 12:00 pm
Canada’s unions are urging MPs from all parties to come together in support of Bill C-22, the Canada Disability Benefits Bill. The bill would raise the floor on federal disability income support with a guaranteed monthly benefit and help lift […]
- National Day for Truth and Reconciliation: A day for meaningful action and solidarityby scharbonneau on September 30, 2022 at 11:00 am
Canada’s unions are calling on the federal government to mark the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation by taking concrete action toward reconciliation with Indigenous peoples. We are also encouraging Canadians – particularly those who have […]
- Grocery greedflation leaves families paying more for foodby scharbonneau on September 28, 2022 at 1:54 pm
Bruske: Corporate concentration drives up food prices as a few companies occupy an outsized market share OTTAWA––As Canadian families struggle to afford their grocery bill and as profits for grocery chains grow, Canada’s unions are calling on […]
- Statement by Bea Bruske: We must work to avoid a recession that would put many working families at riskby scharbonneau on September 23, 2022 at 12:00 pm
Bea Bruske, President of the Canadian Labour Congress, released the following statement after meeting between the Bank of Canada Governor and a delegation of representatives of the labour movement: “Canada’s unions were pleased to have the […]
- To achieve gender equality, Canada’s decision makers must prioritize investments in careby hannah on September 22, 2022 at 6:40 pm
Canada’s unions are marking Gender Equality Week by calling on the federal government to reduce and redistribute women’s unpaid care work and help fix Canada’s broken care systems. “Investments in care are essential if we’re going to […]