The Regina & District Labour Council est. 1906 is the central body of labour for the city of Regina and a surrounding area of 30 kilometres. This includes the communities of Lumsden to the north, Balgonie to the east, and Pense to the west. The council is chartered by the Canadian Labour Congress and consists of organizations affiliated to or chartered by the Congress.
The Regina & District Labour Council represents over 30,000 affiliated members from 17 unions.
Labour Councils are the foundation of the labour movement and a key component of the social fabric within any community. The Labour Council plays a very important role in providing a social conscience and a powerful voice for working class citizens.
Labour Councils have the ability to organize collectively around issues that affect us every day, as well as provide support to both the organized and the unorganized alike. Through the volunteer work of unionized women and men, the Labour Council creates a way for workers to improve the quality of life in the community in which they live and work.