SDLC AGM Save the Date

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United Way of Saskatoon and Area is proud to be the recipient of Saskatoon Co-op’s Fuel Good Day campaign on September 19th.

On September 19th Co-op retail gas bars in Saskatoon will donate a minimum of 5 cents/litre to United Way of Saskatoon and Area and Saskatoon Co-op will match the 5 cents/litre for a total donation of 10 cents/litre on all litres sold at all 13 Saskatoon Co-op retail gas bars!

Fill up on September 19th! Support your local Co-op gas bar; support a unionized business, and; support an amazing community organization all-in-one! Help change lives in our community!

Wednesday, September 13th

11:30am -1:00pm at Civic Square

You’re invited to come celebrate United Way’s 2017 Community Kick-Off and Stuff the Bus event

$7 BBQ lunch (burger, chips and beverage) proudly sponsored by the City of Saskatoon employees and other partners.

Help us “Stuff the Bus” for those in need.

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Download the “Stuff the Bus” supply list and distribute it in your office.


Date: Monday, September 4, 2017

Time: 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

Location: Victoria Park (near Riversdale Pool)

pdfBBQ Volunteer Information
  pdfLabour Day BBQ Poster 2017



The Pre-budget Town Hall is about putting forward positive budget alternatives the provincial government could pursue, ones that actually invest in people, communities, and our economy.

Pre Budget Town Hall Saskatoon

Introduction by Larry Hubich, president of the Saskatchewan Federation of Labour (SFL);

  • Moderator: Dr. Charles Smith, Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science at St. Thomas More College, University of Saskatchewan;
  • Panelist: Bob Bymoen, president of Saskatchewan Government and General Employees Union (SGEU);
  • Panelist: Penny Matheson, vice-president of Unifor 2S;
  • Panelist: Barb Cape, president of Service Employees International Union - West (SEIU-West);
  • Panelist: Tom Graham, president of Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) Saskatchewan;
  • Panelist: Carla Beck, MLA for Regina Lakeview and Official Opposition Critic for Education. 

Saskatoon and District Labour Council’s annual meeting discussed Saskatchewan’s $1.2 billion deficit, cuts to the public sector and a changing job landscape. Jacqueline Wilson reports.

It’s not the news many at the wanted to hear, including Service Employees’ International Union-West (SEIU-West) president Barbara Cape.

“What I see right now is an idea or a scheme that’s going to pull money out of the system and create significant barriers, in my opinion, to accessing education, long term and community healthcare,” Cape said at Saskatoon’s Heritage Inn on Saturday.

For Cape, Wall’s musing about cutting 4,900 jobs isn’t the transformational change she’s hoping for the province.

“If we’re truly looking at changing the way we do healthcare and education in our province then it can’t be about cutting funding to those sectors,” she said. “We actually have to invest more and that’s through taxes.”

The Saskatoon and District Labour Council said it will continue to lobby the province for more investment and that includes on the ever-changing job landscape.

“We’re calling for an end to part-time, contract work and precarious employment. We need to have jobs that are meaningful, that are union jobs and that pay well so people can afford rent,” council president Kelly Harrington said. 11 Feb 2017 at 20:21

Please be advised that the Saskatoon & District Labour Council is moving into a new office space. Effective March 01, 2017 our address will be:

325 Fairmont Drive
Saskatoon, SK
S7M 5G7

Please update your files accordingly to reflect our new address. Our phone number and email address will remain the same.

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Many women right here at home are challenged monthly due to lack of access to, or affordability of, feminine hygiene products.

Gather your friends, family and colleagues and start a collection drive for much needed feminine hygiene products for the women in our community. These products will later be distributed to women and girls in need at YXE Connects on May 15th.

Tampon Tuesday® is a registered trademark held by Bell Media. It is an event that brings people together in a community for an evening of socializing, educating and supporting women who are less fortunate or in crisis. 14 Labour/United Way Partnerships across Canada are hosting simultaneous Tampon Tuesday® events to profile the need for all girls and women to have access to necessary feminine hygiene products (FHP).

Event participant is not required for donation collection.

Download your Collection Form Here

Donation drop-off locations:

  • United Way of Saskatoon and Area – 100 506 25th Street East, Saskatoon
  • Sheri Benson Constituency Office – 904E 22nd Street West, Saskatoon

Event Details:

WHEN:  Tuesday, March 7

TIME:  5:30—7:30 PM

WHERE:   325 Fairmont Drive SDLC Office (located in the new United Steelworker’s building)

COST:  A package(s) of feminine hygiene product(s)

Snacks and drinks will be served. 


Please RSVP by March 3 to:  Andrea Howe This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 306-975-3478

Everyone welcome!

pdfLPS Partnership Statement