Today, the CDLC is working with our community partners to maintain and strengthen health care, the public education system, and to protect our social programs.

These things effect every person, union or non-union both working and unemployed. Labour activists volunteer their time in many aspects to build stronger and more caring communities. We do this by fighting for equal access to quality social programs and public services and decent jobs and standard of living for everyone.

Together, we are working to close the growing gap between the rich and poor in our society.

 

**Congratulations to the 2022 recipients of the S’ean Gillen Memorial Scholarships!**

This year the scholarships went to Ambereen Weerahandi (UNA) and Senait Berhane Yohannes (ATU 583).  Thank you to all who submitted applications and we wish each of you the best in your future endeavours.

 

Upcoming Events:

Registration to help us know numbers would be appreciated at admin@thecdlc.ca

 
 
 
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All registration for Facilitator Training is through the CLC.
For more information go to canadianlabour.ca
Here is the registration link for BELOW.
 

Here is the video on the WCB and CPP-Disability Benefit
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Here are the presentations in the video

Here is the video of the Employment Insurance and CRB workshop

https://fb.watch/4JZ2qkNZxi/

Here is the powerpoint presentation

Here is the Canadian Human Rights Presentation