Links & Resources

The Labour Movement is working for a fairer future for all Canadians. Learn more about Healthcare, Childcare, Retirement Security, Good Jobs and Human Rights. – www.fairnessworks.ca/

LINKS TO DIVERSE WORKERS NETWORK

 www.chineselabour.ca  | www.filipinoworkers.org www.tamilworkers.org

LINKS TO JOB POSTINGS, TRAINING AND ASSISTANCE

Hotel Workers Training –  http://hospitalitytrainingcentre.com
For information contact Alex Munro – alex@hospitalitytrainingcentre.com

Resident Opportunities for Eglinton Crosstown Construction in 2016 – http://communitybenefits.ca/
For information contact: Shabnum Budhwani, sbudhwani@laboureducation.or

Labour Education Centrewww.laboureducation.org

Workers Action Centre – worker-based organization committed to improving the lives and working conditions of people in low-wage and unstable employment. (http://www.workersactioncentre.org/ )

 

LINKS TO LABOUR UNIONS

UNITE HERE Local 75 – The union of Hospitality workers in the greater Toronto (http://www.uniteherelocal75.org/)

CUPE – Canadian Union of Public Employees (http://cupe.ca/ )

SEIU – Service Employees International Union (http://www.seiuhealthcare.ca/ )

UFCW – United Food and Commercial Workers Canada (http://www.ufcw.ca/ )

OPSEU – Ontario Public Sector Employees Union (http://opseu.org/ )

UNIFOR – advocates on behalf of all working people (employed or unemployed) (http://www.unifor.org/ )

 

HEALTH RESOURCES

Toronto Public Health – reports to the Board of Health and is responsible for the health and well being of all 2.8 million residents. TPH has focused on protecting and promoting the health of Toronto residents since 1883. A great resource for anything about health, health centres and services. http://bit.ly/1gwKNPm

CATIE – Canada’s source for up-to-date, unbiased information about HIV and hepatitis C. http://www.catie.ca/en/home

Mesothelioma Prognosis Network – an organization that provides free resources and work with individuals and their families to help them find local doctors, treatment centers and support groups in the US and Canada.  Asbestos exposure is an issue that spans many industries and occupations, and mesmothelioma is not a thing of the past. Asbestos is still used in over 75 occupations, and is used in automotive parts, tiles, cement, and even textiles.   https://www.mesotheliomaprognosis.com/mesothelioma,

 

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