Welcome!

Check out CLC Executive Vice-President Siobhán Vipond’s welcoming message to our lobby training webinar: “Make It Personal – Connecting Your Story to the Issues”.


Health Care

The CLC’s Elizabeth Kwan talks about the need to invest in and expand public health care.


Employment Insurance

The CLC’s Adam King talks about the need to enrich and improve access to Employment Insurance benefits for all workers across Canada.


Care Workers

The CLC’s Vicky Smallman and Fatima Gardaad talk about the urgent need to improve working conditions and recognize the importance of workers in the care economy.


Climate Action

The CLC’s Tara Peel talks about how Just Transition legislation must work for workers and communities.

Recent News

Grocery greedflation leaves families paying more for food

Bruske: Corporate concentration drives up food prices as a few companies occupy an outsized market share OTTAWA––As Canadian families struggle to afford their grocery bill and as profits for grocery chains grow, Canada’s unions are calling on governments to take action on greedflation and the role it has played fuelling the ongoing inflation crisis. “Rising prices on family essentials is…
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Statement by Bea Bruske: We must work to avoid a recession that would put many working families at risk

Bea Bruske, President of the Canadian Labour Congress, released the following statement after meeting between the Bank of Canada Governor and a delegation of representatives of the labour movement: “Canada’s unions were pleased to have the opportunity to meet with the Governor and Deputy Governors from the Bank of Canada and brief them on the realities facing workers and their…
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To achieve gender equality, Canada’s decision makers must prioritize investments in care

Canada’s unions are marking Gender Equality Week by calling on the federal government to reduce and redistribute women’s unpaid care work and help fix Canada’s broken care systems. “Investments in care are essential if we’re going to reduce and redistribute women’s unpaid work and pave the way for women to take on paid work, or to access education or training,”…
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