Canadian Labour Congress


Canadian Labour Congress

Type Other
Wikipedia Wikipedia
Year founded 1956
Location Ottawa, ON Canada Canada
Functions Advocacy
Tags unions
Summary Union members democratically elect their leaders who are then responsible for advocating for the good of the members. Elected leaders have defined terms, and are always accountable to the membership they represent. Unions are governed by clear constitutions, bylaws and other rules that are accessible to and changeable by the membership at regularly held conventions or meetings.

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CLC: Canadian Labour Congress · 2015 English

Chapter 7 of the AIT, the Interprovincial Labour Mobility Initiative (ILMI), was explicitly designed to “enable any worker qualified for an occupation in the territory of a Party to be …

CLC: Canadian Labour Congress · 2013 French

Rapport documentaire pour la Journée de l’affranchissement de l’impôt des sociétés 2013 Résumé En raison des réductions constantes de l’impôt des sociétés, la part de l’impôt sur le revenu des …

CLC: Canadian Labour Congress · 2013 English

According to Statistics Canada, the cash reserves of non-financial corporations increased by $72 billion in 2011, from $503 billion in cash reserves by the end of 2010 to $575 billion …

CLC: Canadian Labour Congress · 2013 English

The idea that quality accessible child care has a key role to play in creating a more equal Canada is now part of the public and political discussion about the …

CLC: Canadian Labour Congress · 2012 English

"Canada and the European Union (EU) are close to concluding a Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) ... The government argues that health care services are protected in Canada's trade …

CLC: Canadian Labour Congress · 2012 French

"Le Canada et l'Union européenne (UE) sont sur le point de conclure un Accord économique et commercial global (AECG) ... Le gouvernement soutient que les services de santé sont protégés …

CLC: Canadian Labour Congress · 2011 English

The percentage of people cycling or walking to work declined by 26% in the same period.48 In short, more Canadians seem to be driving to get to work, less are …

CLC: Canadian Labour Congress · 2011 English

The rise in the number of migrant farm workers coincided with the decision to privatize the management of the SAWP. [...] Migrant workers and the role of the State Promoters …

CLC: Canadian Labour Congress · 2011 French

Les centres aident à régler des problèmes ayant trait aux conditions de travail, aux heures de travail, aux périodes de repos, aux frais de déplacement, à la nourriture, à la …

CLC: Canadian Labour Congress · 2011 French

Les employeurs seront chargés de choisir un régime et d’y inscrire les employées ou employés, de fixer le niveau de cotisation de ceux-ci, de retenir et de verser les cotisations …

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