Aboriginal Workers

The Canadian Labour Congress works hard to promote Aboriginal Rights and to end racism against Aboriginal workers. We are also working with Aboriginal workers to strengthen their voices and presence in the Canadian labour movement through caucuses, forums, conferences and workshops and developed an Aboriginal Rights Resource Tool Kit.

You can read some of our research on the impact of government social and economic policies on Aboriginal communities here.

 

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