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Hundreds of Labour delegates assembled at the Canadian Labour Congress Convention in Vancouver will have a prime opportunity to be part of the push to green Canada’s workplaces and its economy.

The Green Economy Network (GEN) will be introduced at the CLC Convention in a forum to be held Tuesday May 10th at 7 p.m. in room MR2 on the second level of the Vancouver Convention Centre.  

Tony Clarke from the Polaris Institute – and GEN convener – will be the keynote speaker. Tony will be joined by various Labour representatives who are part of GEN.

This will be a superb opportunity to be part of a conversation on green jobs, greening the economy and the vital coalition-building work among Labour, environmental, and social justice organizations that are leading the drive in Canada to create a greener, more equitable and sustainable economy where strong, unionized jobs flourish.