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The Worker Solidarity Network is a province-wide organization that combats workplace exploitation within the unsurrendered homelands of approximately 200 Indigenous Nations across "B.C."
Our network welcomes and includes LGBTQ people, (im)migrant communities, and people with disabilities.
The WSN leads by centering the voices of women and non-binary people within the labour movement.
Worker Solidarity Network gratefully acknowledges the financial support of the British Columbia General Employees' Union, Canadian Women's Foundation, Community Foundations of Canada (Healthy Communities Initiative), the Government of Canada (Canada Summer Jobs), UFCW 1518, Vancity, and the Vancouver Foundation.