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Precarious work. Income inequality. Climate change. We are at a pivotal point in time where these phrases have come to define the challenges facing young workers.

But our future is not yet decided. Our generation has a powerful, collective voice to achieve the changes we want to see, and guide the country in which we want to live.

The CLC - Young Workers Summit 2016 will bring together hundreds of young workers and activists from across the country and from many different unions to address these issues.

This Summit will grow leadership, organizing, and political action skills that will build our power as young workers. It will be a space for young workers to exchange stories, skills, and strategies about unions and social justice issues.

Participants will build solidarity with a diverse group of other young activists, and leave energized and more knowledgeable about how to build stronger unions.

YWS 2016 is about building, energizing, and strengthening the union movement. See you there in October!


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Left Hook President's Blog

Pallister's Bill 7 Will Make it Harder for Everyday Manitobans to Join a Union

For many years now, Manitoba has avoided major labour unrest and experienced relatively few strikes and lockouts.

Manitoba’s stable labour-relations climate has been good for working families and businesses alike and has helped our economy grow. When deciding where to invest their dollars, investors and site selectors look at labour peace as a major economic advantage.

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