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Peterborough & District Labour Council
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Peterborough and District Labour Council

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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Our current membership is 38 locals, representing over 6,000 trade union members. These include workers in manufacturing electrical, transportation, education, postal services, health care, communications, food production, construction, municipal services, corrections, employment counseling and many other fields

Peterborough and District Labour Council

Peterborough and District Labour Council

Register today for CLEO’s upcoming webinar on July 29, 2020 “Returning to work: what clients need to know during the COVID-19 pandemic” – Many workers are being required to return to work as Ontario workplaces open up. Do your clients have the right to refuse work? What accomodations can your clients ask for on the job? What supports exist for those who remain without work?

You can get answers to these and other questions you are hearing from your clients in this CLEO webinar. Experts from the community legal sector will be sharing up-to-date and practical information on workplace rights and income benefits at this stage of Ontario’s reopening. Learn more or register at: https://cleoconnect.ca/yourlegalrights-webinars/returning-to-work-what-clients-need-to-know-during-the-covid-19-pandemic/

Peterborough and District Labour Council

Peterborough and District Labour Council

PUBLIC OWNERSHIP AND REGULATION ARE NECESSARY FOR A TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM THAT SERVES CANADIANS, NOT PROFITS

“Air Canada and other carriers want public money to tide them through the pandemic. Fine. But make any bailout conditional on re-regulating the industry. Insist that in return for being allowed to operate in high profit markets, air carriers, bus companies and railroads provide reasonably priced services to smaller communities.”

“None of this is impossible. In fact, before Canada was lured by the siren call of deregulation, it was the norm.”

“It could be again. For a political leader with nerve, the opportunity is there for the taking.”

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