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The New Brunswick Federation of Labour

Together for a Better New Brunswick

The labour movement is at a crossroads. We are facing unprecedented attacks on our rights to free collective bargaining, to fair wages and working condition. I look forward to working with trade unionists to push back against these attacks and to build a stronger and united labour movement.

Together we will make a difference! Daniel Légère

President, New Brunswick Federation of Labour


International Workers’ Day: Workers Need Proper Supports

Every year, on May 1st, workers around the world honour and are inspired by the activism and the collective power of workers that won an eight-hour workday. It is a day of solidarity and a day to recommit working towards improving the lives of workers. This pandemic...

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NBFL Day of Mourning Statement: The Human Cost of Covid-19

This year, on the Day of Mourning, Wednesday April 28th, let’s take a moment to think about the human cost of Covid-19 and the impact it is having on workers. “Over the past year, we have witnessed how vulnerable workers are,” says Daniel Legere, President of the New...

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“Ensuring that our youth of today have an understanding of the importance of unions, is just one of the topics we cover at the NBFL Blair Doucet Youth Summer Camp every year. Helping build a strong, well informed future generation.” Paula Doucet

President, New Brunswick Nurses Union

The New Brunswick Federation of Labour has the unique ability to unite all labour organizations under one common tent, unite common interests of each group and then use this information to be the voice for all workers in New Brunswick Brien Watson

President, Canadian Union of Public Employees NB