Who is the Labour Council? What does it do? The North Bay and District Labour Council is a central labour body that combines the strength of hundreds of local unions representing 15,000 working men and women and their families. Its mandate is to organize and advocate on issues that are vital to working people throughout the region. We believe that unions are a positive force for democratic social change - and that by working together we can improve Canada for everyone.
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It's our 10th Labour Day celebration! Join the fun at the Waterfront! The flag march starts after 11:00AM, near the tracks on Memorial Drive. All are welcome to join the flag march.
RALLY for DECENT WORK October 1st, 1PM Toronto Queen's Park
Ontario Federation of Labour
Dedicated to our vision, and using our worker-to-worker delivery model, we
will provide the highest quality occupational health and safety training for
workers, their representatives and employers in every workplace, regardless of sector, size, location or union status.
North Bay and District Labour Council meets on the third Monday of every month. In February, the meeting is the third Tuesday, the day after Family Day. Each meeting starts at 7:00pm and is located at 573 Fraser Street North Bay, in the OPSEU meeting hall.