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Manitoba Federation of Labour

MFL
Full name Manitoba Federation of Labour
Founded 1956
Members 95,000
Affiliation CLC
Key people Kevin Rebeck, president
Office location Winnipeg, Manitoba
Country Canada
Website www.mfl.mb.ca

The Manitoba Federation of Labour is the Manitoba provincial trade union federation of the Canadian Labour Congress.

It was formed in 1956 and has a membership of 95,000 people working in various private sector and public sector fields such as Manufacturing, Government, Retail, Hospitals, Schools, Natural Resources, Tourism, Agriculture, and Transportation.

External links

  • www.mfl.mb.ca
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