As well as representing roughly 13,000 organized workers, the Kamloops & District Labour Council is helping to build stronger communities with are outreach efforts. We also sponsor several much needed bursaries for family members of union members, so they can continue their education.
Day of Mourning
Every year on April 28th, we hold a ceremony to remember those that have been injured or died because of their work.
On the first Monday in September, the Kamloops & District Labour Council presents of of the premier events of late summer in Kamloops with the Labour Day Picnic in the park.
To honour the memory of women killed in violence and to raise public awareness.
Each year, the KDLC awards 5 $1000 bursaries to students who are members or relatives of members of unions that are affiliated to, and in good standing with, the KDLC.
The Coldest Night of the Year
While the CNOY walk doesn’t take place in Kamloops any longer, we have great memories of raising money and awareness for the Kamloops Mustard Seed and partnering with them in the future