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Labour Community Advocate Training Program

Provided by: Saskatoon and District Labour Council

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Service Description

Labour Community Advocate Training is a Canadian Labour Congress program delivered by United Way labour staff. It provides information to union members on:

  • How to connect their union and its members with community resources and organizations
  • How to share their knowledge with other union members who are looking for appropriate resources
  • Listening, communication and  referral skills
  • A variety of social issues affecting the community

For more information or details on upcoming training dates, contact Andrea Howe, Director of Labour Partnerships, United Way of Saskatoon and Area at 306-380-6114.


Union members.

Application Process

Contact for information.


Contact for information.

Business Line: 306-384-0303

Saskatoon Labour Council

Hours of Operation

Contact to directly organize the full training or a module for members.

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Saskatoon and District Labour Council


325 Fairmont Drive
Saskatoon SK  S7M 5G7

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Hours of Operation

The office is not staffed. Leave a message via phone or email


Wheelchair access - front or side or back doors

Business Line: 306-384-0303



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