Featured Campaign

Putting Workers First

It’s time to come together again: to rely on our own courage, generosity, and solidarity to proudly fight for good jobs, our communities, and families.

Demand Action

Tell the Health Minister to Resign

The Saskatchewan Government let the pandemic get out of hand. Again. Now we have one of the worst rates of infection in the country. The worst part is this was entirely avoidable. Which is why we’re demanding the Health Minister resign. Please take a minute and sign the petition below demanding that he do so. Workers deserve better.

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.

About Us

Upcoming Events

  • SFL Equity Conference

    February 15-16, 2022

    The SFL Equity Conference will be held February 15-16.

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  • Prairie School For Union Women

    June 12-16, 2022

    The Prairie School for Union Women offers trade union women an intensive four days of learning and sharing in a supportive environment. The goals of the school are to develop women’s personal and leadership skills and to build solidarity among women workers.

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  • 66th Annual SFL Convention

    October 26-29, 2022

    The 66th Annual SFL Convention will be held October 26-29, 2022 in Regina.

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Media Releases

Articles

  • Saskatchewan Federation of Labour President Lori Johb speaks at a rally at the Legislature in September, 2021

    Labour Day is a reminder to put workers first

    Every year on Labour Day, we gather to celebrate the contributions of workers across the country. This year’s Labour Day will be different once again as uncertainty around COVID-19 makes it difficult for us all to come together at our annual barbecues across the province. Unfortunately, the COVID-19 pandemic is still a part of our lives, even though we would like to be able to leave the challenges of the past 18 months behind us.

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  • Saskatchewan needs affordable, accessible childcare

    The COVID-19 pandemic has laid bare the extent to which our economy depends on child care. Schools, camps and most child care facilities have had to close. Parents have had to take on a heavy load of unpaid care work.

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  • Conversion Therapy: Sask. Party must take a stand

    The Saskatchewan Federation of Labour’s Solidarity and Pride Committee is calling on the Sask. Party government to be clear about where they stand on the federal bill to ban the dangerous practice of conversion therapy, after half of their federal counterparts, including 13 Saskatchewan MPs, voted against the bill in June.

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