The Kamloops & District Labour Council is involved in helping create a better community for everyone. In addition to working towards better, stronger unions, we help those in need, empower students in their quest for education, and ensure that those lost to violence and workplace accidents are memorialized.
Coldest Night of the Year
The Mustard Seed combats the root causes of poverty in British Columbia and Alberta and works to create positive, lasting change in the lives of those we serve. The Mustard Seed provides basic services—food, clothing and housing, and support—education and employment, to those living in poverty within Alberta and British Columbia.
Day of Mourning
The National Day of Mourning, or Workers’ Mourning Day is observed in Canada on 28 April. It commemorates workers who have been killed, injured or suffered illness due to workplace related hazards and occupational exposures.
Labour Day (Labor Day in the United States) is an annual holiday to celebrate the achievements of workers. Labour Day has its origins in the labour union movement, specifically the eight-hour day movement, which advocated eight hours for work, eight hours for recreation, and eight hours for rest.
Too many BC women have been added to our list. We need your help to raise awareness of this atrocity and to remember the women murdered in BC.
Our goal is to represent each woman with a pair of shoes and listing their names.
The Kamloops and District Labour Council (KDLC) is offers five (5) $1,000 (one thousand dollar) – one is the Jack Kerssen bursary in a trades field of study) and the Cynthia Friedman bursary (to women in S.T.E.M or trades study) to students who are members or relatives of members of unions that are affiliated to, and in good standing with, the KDLC.