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VDLC Calls for Community to Oppose Racism, Fascism, and Bigotry

UPDATE: We have received word that the venue has cancelled the event booking. If we become aware of an alternate venue we will post a further update. 

On March 15th, the Hellenic Community centre in Vancouver plans to host an event organized by the "UBC Free Speech Committee" and featuring Lauren Southern and Stefan Molyneux.

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VDLC Supports #AllOnBoard

The Vancouver and District Labour Council (VDLC) is calling for action on transit affordability, which it says can be achieved through implementing the demands of the #AllOnBoard campaign.

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Oppose Racism, Facism, and Bigotry in Vancouver

On March 15th, the Hellenic Community centre in Vancouver plans to host an event organized by the "UBC Free Speech Committee" and featuring Lauren Southern and Stefan Molyneux. 

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Solidarity Message to SAMAHAN

VDLC President Stephen von Sychowski recorded the following brief video message of solidarity to the workers at Hanjin shipyards in the Philippines, who are members of SAMAHAN, Workers for People's Liberation. 

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Stand with Hanjin Workers!

Workers facing job losses at Hanjin Shipyards in the Philippines are continuing to be denied their entitlements, as the employer attempt to cajole them into signing "voluntary resignation" letters which exempt them from separation pay entitlements. 

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Support Guatemalan Union Leaders Imprisoned for Collective Bargaining!

Two union leaders in Guatemala were arrested, and remain under house arrest, simply for negotiating a collective agreement for their members. Support them by signing on HERE

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