Crane Workers Vigil

On July 16th, the NOLC held a candlelight Vigil for the five victims who were tragically killed in a crane accident in downtown Kelowna

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Day of Mourning

This Wednesday is the National Day of Mourning. On April 28, union members and workers from across the valley will come together to honour and remember co-workers and family members who were injured, made sick or killed because of something that happened at work. 

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Gospel Mission

NOLC Vice President Gail Nuefeld was proud to present the Gospel Mission with a $500 cheque to support the great work the do in our community.

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NOLC supports the 2020 Motion Ball Marathon of Sport

The North Okanagan Labour Council was pleased to donate $750.00 to the 2020 Motionball Marathon of Sport.

Motionball is a national non-profit that empowers young Canadians to be leaders in their communities by raising funds and awareness for Special Olympics Canada

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United Way Breakfast 2020

The NOLC joined the United Way SIBC to kickoff their 70th anniversary campaign.
The North Okanagan Labour Council made a generous $1000 donation 
For more information about the 2020 campaign or to donate today, visit

Thank-you Pat Bulmer!

Louise Gibson, NOLC Secretary Treasurer resents Pat Bulmer a thank you gift and card for his many years of service with the NOLC.

Pat is retiring from NOLC after many years of faithful service to Okanagan Labour and the Kelowna Daily Courier.


This is our chance!

British Columbians are weathering this crisis together – but now we have a choice to make. Go back to the senseless cuts that left us vulnerable, or keep strengthening the support systems we all rely on. 

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Happy Labour Day 2020!

Labour Day Message from Hassan Yussuff, President of the Canadian Labour Congress and members of our regional PSAC


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Paid Sick Leave for All!

Sign the petition today and help tell the government that paid Sick Days for all workers is a top priority in BC for labour and public safety

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2020 NOLC BLM Statement

On July 17th the North Okanagan released the following statement reaffirming its commitment to combating anti-black racism and to supporting the Black Lives Matter Movement.