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Each February, Canadians take time to recognize, celebrate, remember and reflect on Black History Month. It is important to recognize and acknowledge the pivotal role our black forefathers played in the making of Canada, and, in particular, of London, Ontario.
Jenny Butchart & Rebecca Waugh from "The Unity Project" gave the membership an excellent presentation.
The Judging and final tally took place at today's Chapter meeting, A fun time was had by all the contestants and judges.
Members of the Retirees Chapter helped the residents of The Twin Pines Village Co-op observe Remembrance Day today. These are some of the Readings from the ceremony
These photos are from the annual Remembrance Day Observance held at the Twin Pines Housing Co-op
This photo set is from the Retirees Chapters Movember contest running from the Nov. meeting till the Dec. meeting. These are the before and after photos of the contestants as well as photos from the judging of the contest. There are also shots of Jim Wilkes losing his 20 year mustache to raise funds for Prostate Cancer Research, Thanks Jim !!
The first annual UNIFOR Local 27 Retirees Chapter Movember mustache growing contest has begun !!
This video opened the founding convention of Unifor, a new union formed from the merging of the Canadian Auto Workers and the Communication, Energy and Paperworkers Union of Canada.
Made In The USA: Tim Hudak's plan to cut your wages
At this annual conference, resolutions submitted by the retired workers chapters and area councils are debated and approved. These resolutions will form the briefs and lobbies for all levels of government to protect the rights and dignity for all senior citizens.
the London and District Labour Council hosted their annual Labour Day picnic. It was a day to celebrate the important role unions and the labour movement have in ensuring workplace and labour rights, and the considerable contributions that unions make to communities. Many turned out for an enjoyable and relaxing event with plenty of food and drinks, and lots of entertainment for the kids. The fun started at noon in Thames Park just South of Horton St. on Ridout St. with wrap up around 400pm.