Sign the Petition

Workers need relief from inflation

While the province is seeing a windfall from record resource revenues, workers across the province are struggling to make ends meet due to record inflation and soaring fuel costs. The government’s balance sheet might be looking good, but workers are struggling with their personal finances and are worried about how they will be able to afford groceries or put gas in their car.

Truth and Reconciliation

Make September 30th a Provincial Holiday

The National Day for Truth and Reconciliation is an opportunity for all of us to reflect upon the tragedy of the residential school system, to honour the victims and survivors of residential schools, and to commit to reconciliation. Making September 30th a provincial statutory holiday will provide working people with the opportunity to use the day to learn, quietly reflect, or participate in reconciliation events in their communities. Sign the petition today.

The Saskatchewan Federation of Labour (SFL) represents over 100,000 working women and men across the province. We are the voice of workers, but strive to improve the lives of all people. We support the principles of social unionism and struggle for social and economic justice for all.

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Upcoming Events

  • Speaking Up!- 66th Annual SFL Convention

    October 26-28, 2022

    The 66th Annual SFL Convention will be held October 26-28, 2022 in Regina. Find the Convention Call, Registration Forms, and other relevant convention information here.

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  • SFL Pensions and Benefits Conference

    March 22-23, 2023

    Planning together for a better tomorrow: The SFL Pensions and Benefits Conference will take place March 22 and 23, 2023 in Regina. Check back soon for more information!

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  • 2023 CLC/SFL Spring School

    April 2-6, 2023

    Save the date! The 2023 CLC/SFL Spring School is April 2-6, 2023 at the Temple Gardens Hotel in Moose Jaw. More information to follow...

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Media Releases


  • OH&S in Saskatchewan: Reflecting on 50 years

    The creation of the Occupational Health and Safety Act in 1972 was the government’s first well-intentioned attempt at developing workplace health and safety legislation

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  • Saskatchewan Federation of Labour Recognizes National Indigenous Peoples Day

    The Saskatchewan Federation of Labour is proud to recognize June 21 as National Indigenous Peoples Day, a day to celebrate the diverse traditions, languages, and history of First Nations, Métis and Inuit peoples, and renew our continued commitment towards meaningful reconciliation.

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  • SFL recognizes World Water Day

    March 22 is World Water Day. At any given moment, there are more than 100 drinking water advisories in place for First Nations communities across Canada, with the vast majority of advisories occurring in Indigenous communities.

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