Wednesday, June 19th 2013
Ottawa & District Labour Council
A Collective Community Voice
Structures & Operations
National Day of Mourning
ODLC Fast Facts
The ODLC is the central labour body or ‘House of Labour’ in the city of Ottawa.
The ODLC was founded in 1872.
Chartered by the Canadian Labour Congress (CLC) and affiliated to the Ontario Federation of Labour (OFL).
The ODLC has the responsibility of carrying out the policies of the CLC and the OFL in Ottawa.
It is the role of the ODLC to promote the goals of the labour movement in Ottawa at the municipal level.
The ODLC represents more than 50,000 union members from 90 different union locals.
The ODLC Membership meetings are held on the 3rd Wednesday of each month (except July) at 7:00 pm, 280 Metcalfe Street.
500-280 Metcalfe Street
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