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Honouring fatally-injured workers

On October 27, 2022, the SFL held a candle lighting service at convention to honour workers who were fatally injured on the job. During this tribute, SFL’s Executive Council lit a candle for each worker who has died as a result of their work.

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Celebrating 50 years of Occupational Health and Safety in Saskatchewan

2022 marks 50 years since Saskatchewan's first Occupational Health and Safety Legislation became law. In recognition of this important milestone, the SFL is proud to release this video reflecting on the past 50 years, and the future of Occupational Health and Safety in Saskatchewan.

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

  • 2023 SFL Prairie School for Union Women

    June 12-15, 2023

    The Prairie School for Union Women (PSUW), offers trade union women an intensive four days of ­learning and sharing in a supportive environment.

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  • 2023 Mobilizer Schools (New!)

    June 20-23, 2023

    One-day series of workshops designed to empower working people to be leaders for local change.

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  • 33rd Annual SFL Summer Camp

    August 19-25, 2023

    The annual SFL Summer camp focuses on issues relevant to young people. The SFL Summer camp addresses challenges facing youth including social justice and equality issues. It combines learning with cooperative recreation activities and lots of fun! Young people between the ages of 13-16 who are children of union members are eligible to attend.

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