A Collective Community Voice

The Ottawa and District Labour Council (ODLC) currently represents over 90 union locals comprised of approximately 55,000 union members. As the central labour body in the city of Ottawa the ODLC provides a valuable opportunity for delegates from affiliated locals to gather and exchange information and extend mutual support. It is the role of the council to represent the interests of workers in the community.

Learn more

News

Unanimous support from MPs for anti-scab legislation – now over to senators

May 28, 2024
Bruske: My message to the Senators is clear: Pass Bill C-58 without further delays. The…
Click to open the link

Reduce interest rates and offer relief to Canadian families – ball is in your court, Governor Macklem

May 21, 2024
OTTAWA – Despite a slowdown in inflation and the Bank of Canada achieving its target…
Click to open the link

20 years after its passing, Canada’s unions demand enforcement of the Westray Law 

May 9, 2024
On May 9th, 1992, 26 workers at the Westray mine in Pictou County, Nova Scotia…
Click to open the link

Unified labour front: Nova Scotia Teachers’ Union joins Canadian Labour Congress

May 8, 2024
OTTAWA –The Canadian Labour Congress (CLC) is pleased to announce the official affiliation of the…
Click to open the link

Cut interest rates to provide relief to families

May 2, 2024
OTTAWA––Cutting interest rates to provide relief to workers and families is urgently needed in the…
Click to open the link

NEW POLL: CANADIANS BACK UNIONS TO DELIVER WORKER PROTECTIONS, FAIRER WAGES

May 1, 2024
OTTAWA––New poll reveals most Canadians agree that unions deliver better jobs, fairer working conditions and…
Click to open the link

Take Action

Action Committee Sign-Up

View Action