Work with Labour
The Toronto Community Benefits Network has built a strong community-labour partnership with a support base of workforce development agencies, learning institutions, and funders. Collectively we are creating impact on how development works in the city, starting with Toronto’s Light Rail Transit Projects.
Labour Education Centre provides employement services, access to job postings and literacy and basic skills training. Our experienced staff offer a range of services aimed to help you get back into the workforce. We lead Labour Education Centre’s Literacy and Basic Skills classes and also conduct classes in workplaces and in community centres upon request.
The Toronto and York Region Labour Council is a central labour body that combines the strength of hundreds of local unions representing 205,000 working men and women and their families. Its mandate is to organize and advocate on issues that are vital to working people throughout the region.
Diverse Workers’ Network
Labour Community Services works with the Filipino, Somali, Chinese, Tamil, and Ethiopian/Eritrean Workers Networks to advance social justice and employment goals that impact workers from these and other diverse racialized communities. These communities include:
Learn more about our Diverse Workers’ Network.
Strike Support Manual
This manual contains information about various community and social services in Toronto that can assist union members and their families who are on strike or locked out.