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Peterborough & District Labour Council
Policy on Associate Membership

Authority: Membership
Approved: 27 November 2018

Statement:

Whereas the Peterborough & District Labour Council (hereinafter PDLC) By-Laws establish that “Student groups, retiree groups, and other community groups may affiliate to the Labour Coucil as associate members” (IV.1(c)); and,

Whereas the By-Laws provide for such associate members to have voice in Council proceedings, but shall not be entitled to vote in Council proceedings; and,

Whereas local Unions, branches, and lodges of national and international unions that are otherwise eligible to join the PDLC are ineligible for associate membership.

Now, Therefore, the PDLC sets out the following procedures for admission as an associate member and the rights and obligations pertaining to such membership.

Procedures:
1. A student group, retiree group, or other community group seeking associate membership in the PDLC shall submit a request to be considered for membership to the Secretary of the PDLC. Such request should provide the following information:

the organization’s name and contact person
the current number of individual members within the organization
a brief statement explaining why the organization wishes to join PDLC
confirmation that the organization has secured the necessary authorization to join PDLC
a copy of the organization’s governing documents

2. The Secretary will forward these materials to the rest of the Executive for consideration.

3. The Executive can choose to recommend the organization for associate membership, may decline to forward a recommendation, or may request additional information before making a decision.

4. If the Executive chooses to recommend the organization for affiliate membership, it must present the application along with its recommendation to the general membership which can approve the organization’s application with a simple majority vote, provided that quorum for the meeting has been met.

5. The organization may begin attending PDLC meetings and otherwise participating in the life of the PDLC following receipt of membership fees according to the following scales. Fees shall be paid annually, in advance, and are non refundable.

fewer than 500 members – $50/year
501 – 1,500 members – $0.10/member/year
more than 1,500 members – $150/year

6. Associate members are encouraged to designate one, or more, PDLC Visitors for their organization and these individuals will serve as the primary point of contact between the PDLC and the associate member.

7. PDLC Visitors may attend PDLC meeting with voice, but not vote, provided the associate member is not more than three months in arrears with its dues payment. Visitors are ineligible to stand for elected office, but may serve on PDLC committees, working groups, and other such bodies.

8. PDLC Visitors will be added to PDLC contact lists.

9. PDLC Visitors will be expected to conduct themselves in PDLC meetings in a manner consistent with the PDLC By-Laws, the Policy of the organization, and the Rules of Order then in force.


ATU

Peterborough Transit


CEIU

628

Service Canada



COPE

Safety Centre Representative (associate member)


CUPE

590

Canada Post Rural and Urban Operations and Retail


CUPE
CUPE
CUPE
CUPE
CUPE
CUPE
CUPE
CUPE
CUPE

131
1000
1453
1833
1943
2280
3908 Unit 1
3908 Unit 2
4911

Fairhaven Home for the Aged
Ontario Power Generation, Hydro One
Peterborough, Victoria, Northumberland, Clarington Catholic District School Board Support Staff
Peterborough Public Library
Peterborough Regional Health Centre
St. Joseph’s at Fleming
Trent University Part Time Instructors
Trent University Academic Assistants
Paramedics, County of Peterborough



IBEW

Representing employees of Peterborough Utilities



OECTA

PVNC Unit

Ontario Roman Catholic School Teachers


OPSEU

308

Representing Peterborough staff at the Ministry of Community and Social Services, the Ministry of Education, the Ministry of the Environment, the Ministry of Food and Agriculture, the Ministry of Housing (Land Registry Office), the Ministry of Labour, the Ministry of Public Safety and Security (formerly Attorney-General and Corrections) and the Ministry of Transportation


OPSEU

315

Peterborough Community Access Centre


OPSEU

373

Peterborough Regional Health Centre


OPSEU

Liquor Board Employees Division representing LCBO staff in east central Ontario stores


OPSEU

Peterborough Regional Health Centre


OPSEU

Support staff at Sir Sandford Fleming College


OPSEU

Faculty at Sir Sandford Fleming College


OPSEU

358

Peterborough and District Association for Community Living


OPSEU

Ministry of Natural Resources


OPSEU

Support Staff at Trent University


OSSTF

Public Secondary School Teachers


SEIU

Extendicare Lakefield, Extendicare Peterborough, Kawartha Quality Care, Peterborough Manor, Riverview Manor, Rubidge Hall, Springville Nursing Home, Peterborough Humane Society


SEIU

Representing workers at Kawartha Downs Raceway and Slots in Fraserville


TUFA

259

Trent University


UFCW

175 & 663

G.U.S., Havelock IGA, Minute Maid, Morello’s Independent Grocer, United Canadian Malt.


Unifor

AIL Canada Insurance


Unifor

524

GE Canada


Unifor

599

GE Canada


Unifor

685

GENPAK LP, Peterborough


Unifor

Hunt Brothers, Pleasant Meadow Manor (Norwood), Cruikshank Cleaners


Unifor

1987

Pan Oston, Ventra Plastics


Unifor

Pepsi-QTG

Application for Affiliation


The Peterborough and District Labour Council (PDLC) is the central body of union locals in the Peterborough area (Peterborough County plus Omemee) who are affiliated with the Canadian Labour Congress (CLC).

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