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Ukrainian Airlines Crash

February 5, 2020February 5, 2020

It is with heavy hearts that we at the PRLC send our thoughts and prayers to the victims and families of the tragic Ukrainian Airlines flight 752. 176 beautiful souls were lost, 57 of them Canadian citizens and of those 57 some of our brothers and sisters from the labour movement. We call on our...

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Join us for our annual Skate with Sara!

January 21, 2020January 21, 2020

I’m inviting you to join us for our annual Skate with Sara on Saturday, February 8th at Greenbriar Recreation Centre (1100 Central Park Drive) from 2-4pm. Bring your skates and have some fun on the ice! Tell your friends, family and share the event on social media – with delicious hot chocolate and fun for all, you won’t want to...

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PRLC: Moving forward from our Peel Solidarity Picnic!

October 2, 2019October 2, 2019

To see more pictures from the picnic, click here! At the picnic, we talked about how the attacks on decent work and public services affect us all! For example, we know that healthcare is a right that should be accessible to all, but that is not the case in Peel or across Ontario. We also know that...

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Pride 2019

June 18, 2019June 18, 2019

Join CUPE members across the province to celebrate the diversity that makes our province vibrant and strong by attending a pride event near you. With LGBTQI2S+ communities under attack by the Ford government, now is more important than ever to come out and show your solidarity. Make this a summer of resistance and pride! 🏳️‍🌈 Read our statement...

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Peel Power of Many: Regional Activation Meeting

April 26, 2019April 26, 2019

Under the Doug Ford government, there is a lot at stake for labour and communities throughout Ontario. Labour and community allies must be at the forefront of the Ford Resistance. On Thursday, May 9, the Ontario Federation of Labour and the Peel Regional Labour Council are hosting a Regional Activation Meeting in Mississauga. We are...

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April 28 — Canada’s National Day of Mourning for workers who have been killed or suffer work-related injury or disease.

April 23, 2019April 23, 2019

Brampton — On April 28, workers, their families, labour leaders and residents in the Peel Region will join others at events in communities throughout Ontario and across Canada to insist upon work that is both safe and healthy. Those gathered will also mourn those workers injured, made ill or killed on the job because of...

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