Wiener Dog Races at the Kamloops Storm
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Wiener Dog Races at the Kamloops Storm

Yes it is true.  KDLC will be hosting a Labour night with the Storm Hockey Club on Saturday February 4th.  Game time is 7pm at the McArthur Island Sports Club.  The Storm will be taking on the Revelstoke Grizzlies.  Added bonus… it is Weiner Dog Race night.  Be prepared to be overloaded with wiener dog cuteness. It’s our night to recognize and celebrate…

2023 KDLC Election Results

2023 KDLC Election Results

The 2023 elections for the Kamloops & District Labour Council (KDLC) executive positions were completed this week. There was little change to the table officer positions with Darryl Schmidt taking the vacant Second Vice-President position and Talitha Dekker retaining her position of Treasurer after being re-elected.  Lois Rugg remains the President of the KDLC along…

National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls
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National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls

506 MMIWG cases were identified across 71 selected urban cities 128 were cases of missing indigenous women 280 were cases of murdered indigenous women 98 were cases with an “unknown status” 29 The median age of MMIWG victims Watch the full film “Highway of Tears” here: https://highwayoftearsfilm.com/watch Visit https://www.mmiwg-ffada.ca/

International Women’s Day 2022: Gender equality depends on a healthy care economy

International Women’s Day 2022: Gender equality depends on a healthy care economy

This International Women’s Day, Canada’s unions are highlighting the critical importance of care work and calling for greater support for care workers and investments in Canada’s care systems. While International Women’s Day takes place on Tuesday, March 8, we encourage you to share these materials anytime during the week of March 6-13. Below you will…

World Day for Decent Work 2021

World Day for Decent Work 2021

Calling for Worker-centred Pandemic Recovery Canada’s unions are marking the World Day for Decent Work on October 7, by calling on the federal government to focus on workers in their pandemic recovery plans and replace lost jobs with better ones. “The pandemic has highlighted the existing inequity and precarity in Canada’s job market and shone…