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Regina and District Labour Council
The history of the struggle of working people emphasizes the point that in unity there is strength. Through collective action, workers formed unions so they could have a voice in deciding wages, working conditions, social issues and addressing the many problems and issues that arise in the workplace.

But just as workers use collective strength in the workplace to achieve their goals, so should they use collective action to improve the quality of life in the communities in which they live and raise their families. Labour councils are the vehicles used to take the collective strength generated from their strong voices in the workplace and help everyone in the community.

Labour council meetings and activities are opportunities to share information on issues affecting unions and their membership. Through identifying issues, local awareness is built and support can be generated through collective action.

The Council has a number of committees which allow local union delegates to use their skills to great advantage by becoming active members of these bodies. Labour councils can only make a difference when local unions care enough to be part of building labour's voice in the community.

CUPE 3677 representatives at your local at monthly RDLC meetings are:

Kathy Szarkowicz j.k.szarkowicz@sasktel.net and
Brenda Hutton b.hutton@sasktel.net

PLEASE REMEMBER TO USE YOUR PERSONAL EMAIL ACCOUNT FOR ALL UNION BUSINESS.

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