August 31, 2012 - Saskatchewan People Set to Celebrate Labour Day
On Monday, September 3, people across Saskatchewan, from many backgrounds and traditions, spanning several generations, and representing a variety of occupations and professions, will gather together to celebrate Labour Day. Originally a day to commemorate working people’s struggle for an eight-hour work day, Labour Day has become an important opportunity not only to celebrate, but also to renew commitments to continue improving the quality of life for Saskatchewan people.
Find Details for Labour Day Celebrations in Your Area
Moose Jaw - Moose Jaw & District Labour Council
Saskatoon - Saskatoon & District Labour Council
Prince Albert - Prince Albert & District Labour Council
Regina - Regina & District Labour Council
Working people across Saskatchewan were disappointed today to learn that, in spite of the warnings of academics and the concerns of thousands, the Government of Saskatchewan has forced Bill 85 through the Legislature.
Earlier this morning, the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal released an important decision recognizing that Canadian law has evolved to a point where a right to strike may be protected by the Constitution.