Role of CTF
CTF stands for high quality public education, professionalism, the right to free and full collective bargaining, trade union rights, human rights, equity, bilingualism and national unity in a democratic society. (Policy section 1, paragraph 2.3 – CTF Handbook)
Purposes of CTF Advocacy
To develop CTF’s advocacy profile, in accordance with the direction given by the Board of Directors.
Current CTF Activities on this File
CTF Policy on this Topic
Collective Bargaining (Policy section 2, subsection 2 – CTF Handbook)
Role and Functions of CTF (Policy section 1, subsection 3 – CTF Handbook)
Froese-Germain, Bernie (Nov. 2013). “Labour rights, inequality and democracy.” CTF Perspectives.
Labour Rights, Inequality and Democracy, CTF Research & Information, July 2013 (issue paper).
Sran, Garry, et al. (March 2013). Unions Matter: How the Ability of Labour Unions to Reduce Income Inequality and Influence Public Policy has been affected by Regressive Labour Laws. Canadian Foundation for Labour Rights. Ottawa.
Manitoba Teachers’ Society – Union Watch website.
Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives – Labour Matters website.