“No worker is inherently vulnerable. Workers are made vulnerable by laws that facilitate relationships of inequality and laws that fail to address exploitation. We need to name both: how that inequality is constructed and who benefits from it.”​

- Fay Faraday

Canadian Labour Congress

From canadianlabour.ca.

“We are the largest labour organization in Canada.

Bringing together dozens of national and international unions, provincial and territorial federations of labour and community-based labour councils to represent 3.3 million workers for more than 50 years.”

Policy Report Features
Two videos detailing the need and findings from two key reports produced by the Canadian Labour Congress and featured in a showcase during their 2014 Policy Convention in Montréal.
Convention Introduction Biographies
The panel and keynote speaker introduction videos for the Canadian Labour Congress's 2014 Policy Convention in Montréal.
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