Regina becomes the second city in Saskatchewan, after Moose Jaw, to create a Labour Council
April 26, charters to the Council of The Canadian Congress of Labour and becomes the Regina Labour Council of the Canadian Congress of Labour
The Regina Labour Council makes it’s home in the newly opened Union Centre on 12th Ave and Angus St, where it remains to this day.
June 8, the Regina Labour Council is chartered to the Canadian Labour Congress
Regina Labour Council is renamed the Regina and District Labour Council (RDLC)
Partnership agreement signed between the United Way of Regina and the Regina & District Labour Council resulting in the hiring of the first United Way Regina Labour Staff representative.
The RDLC introduces a new logo
A new set of by-laws are introduced at the Annual General Meeting
A resolution is passed to elect auditors to 3 year alternating terms
The RDLC and the United Way of Regina partner up to present the 1st Annual Unions of Regina Christmas Dinner
The Labour Community Awards are introduced as an annual event
Introduction of the School Supply Program for the start of each school year
Introduction of the Equity Pot Luck Supper every November
Introduction of the Annual Equity and Human Resources Conference
Implementation of the Labour Advisory Committee
10th Anniversary celebration of the annual Awards Banquet
Amendments to the Constitution at the Annual General Meeting include the addition of a Youth Delegate from each affiliate and the addition of the United Way Regina Labour Staff representative as a non-voting member of the Executive Board.
2018 - 2011: Ken Kubian (RWDSU)
2010 – 2011: Janice Bernier (AFM)
2005 – 2010: Terry Zahorski (CUPW)
1998 – 2005: Doug Foote (RWDSU)
1996 – 1997: Victor Lau
1995: George Rosenau
1993 – 1994: Debra Brin (CUPW)
1989 – 1992: Ron Torgerson (CWC/CEP)
1988: Alvin Huber
1985 – 1987: Eugene B. Fletcher (IAFF)
1984: Wayne Skrypnyk (USWA)
1983: Eugene B. Fletcher (IAFF)
1980 – 1982: Chuck Crystal (OCAW)
1975 – 1976: George Smith (OCAW)
1955 – 1975: ?
1955: J. Sawchyn
1906 – 1955: ?