• 1906 – Regina becomes the second city in Saskatchewan, after Moose Jaw, to create a Labour Council
  • 1943 – April 26, charters to the Council of The Canadian Congress of Labour and becomes the Regina Labour Council of the Canadian Congress of Labour
  • 1956 – The Regina Labour Council makes it’s home in the newly opened Union Centre on 12th Ave and Angus St, where it remains to this day.
  • 1957 – June 8, the Regina Labour Council is chartered to the Canadian Labour Congress
  • 1981 – Regina Labour Council is renamed the Regina and District Labour Council (RDLC)
  • 1983 – Partnership agreement signed between the United Way of Regina and the Regina & District Labour Council resulting in the hiring of the first United Way Regina Labour Staff representative.
  • 1989 – The RDLC introduces a new logo
  • 1990 – A new set of by-laws are introduced at the Annual General Meeting
  • 1999 – A resolution is passed to elect auditors to 3 year alternating terms
  • 2000 – The RDLC and the United Way of Regina partner up to present the 1st Annual Unions of Regina Christmas Dinner
  • 2003 – The Labour Community Awards are introduced as an annual event
  • 2012 – Introduction of the School Supply Program for the start of each school year
  • 2012 – Introduction of the Equity Pot Luck Supper every November
  • 2013 – Introduction of the Annual Equity and Human Resources Conference
  • 2013 – Implementation of the Labour Advisory Committee
  • 2014 – 10th Anniversary celebration of the annual Awards Banquet
  • 2016 – Amendments to the Constitution at the Annual General Meeting include the addition of a Youth Delegate from each affiliate and the addition of the United Way Regina Labour Staff representative as a non-voting member of the Executive Board.

 

Past Presidents

• 2010 – 2011 – Janice Bernier (AFM)
• 2005 – 2010 – Terry Zahorski (CUPW)
• 1998 – 2005 – Doug Foote (RWDSU)
• 1996 – 1997 – Victor Lau
• 1995 – George Rosenau
• 1993 – 1994 – Debra Brin (CUPW)
• 1989 – 1992 – Ron Torgerson (CWC/CEP)
• 1988 – Alvin Huber
• 1985 – 1987 – Eugene B. Fletcher (IAFF)
• 1984 – Wayne Skrypnyk (USWA)
• 1983 – Eugene B. Fletcher (IAFF)
• 1980 – 1982 – Chuck Crystal (OCAW)
• 1975 – 1976 – George Smith (OCAW)
• 1955 – 1975 – ?
• 1955 – J. Sawchyn
• 1906 – 1955 – ?