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Unifor National

Unifor is Canada’s largest private sector union, with more than 315,000 members across the country, working in every major sector of the Canadian economy.
Unifor brings a modern approach to unionism: adopting new tools, involving and engaging our members, and always looking for new ways to develop the role and approach of our union to meet the demands of the 21st century.

Every person of working age in Canada has a right to a good job and the benefits of economic progress.


Sask Works Labour Fund

Saskatchewan residents can invest in small and medium-sized Saskatchewan businesses by purchasing shares in funds called Labour-sponsored Venture Capital Corporations (LSVCC). These investments help Saskatchewan companies grow, and they also allow you to earn a tax credit. The tax credit is 32.5 per cent (17.5 per cent provincial and 15 per cent federal) on the first $5,000 you invest each year. You must hold your money in the LSVCC for a minimum of eight years or you will be required to repay the tax credits. These investments are also Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) eligible.


Saskatchewan Employment Standards

Information on employment standards and workplace rights and responsibilities for Saskatchewan employers and employees. Information on Saskatchewan legislative acts and regulations pertaining to employment and labour.


Canadian Labour Congress (CLC)

The Canadian Labour Congress is the largest labour organization in Canada, bringing together dozens of national and international unions, provincial and territorial federations of labour and community-based labour councils to represent more than 3 million workers across the country.


Saskatchewan Federation of Labour

The Saskatchewan Federation of Labour represents over 100,000 members, from 37 national and international unions. Our affiliate membership belongs to over 500 locals across Saskatchewan and represents dozens of communities. We strive to improve working people's lives throughout the province, whether organized or unorganized, and regardless of affiliation to the Federation. The SFL serves as Saskatchewan's "voice of working people" in speaking on local, provincial, national, and even international issues. We support the principles of social unionism and struggle for social and economic justice for all.

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