• The Union Advantage in Canada and Victoria

    There were 54,200 union members working in and around Victoria in 2012, 35% of all employees. Their weekly payroll of $51.3 million accounted for 41% of the total for the whole community. Read More
  • New Website

    A new look and more up to date content, please see some of the featured links to see what our partners in the community are doing. Read More
  • VLC Endorses Green Jobs B.C.

    At the February 20, 2013 meeting the council voted to endorse   Read More
  • About the VLC

    What is the Victoria Labour Council? The Victoria Labour Council (VLC) is the local organization of the Canadian Labour Congress (CLC) at the city level. The CLC represents 3.2 million unionized workers across Canada.The VLC was founded over 100 years ago and is one of the oldest labour organizations in BC. Read More
  • CLC and United Way

    -A Special Partnership- The roots of labour’s support for the United Way Centraide (UWC) reach back to the early 1900s as part of our Good and Welfare tradition – caring for those in need.  Read More
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Monthly Archives: November 2011

Union members’ pay stays in community

Letter to the Editor from Trevor Davies, president, CUPE 374, published in the Peninsula News.

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Face to Face with Stan Dzbik of the Victoria Labour Council

Watch YouTube now, or check out Channel 11 – in Victoria and Saltspring Island …
Saturday, November 12 at 11AM and 11:30PM or Sunday November 13 at 10AM and 9PM

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