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Canadian Union of Public Employees. Local 37 (Hamilton, Ont.)

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Canadian Union of Public Employees. Local 37 (Hamilton, Ont.)

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Dates of existence

1953-[1963?]

History

Members of the Laundry Workers Union of Hamilton, Ont. were formerly represented by American Federation of Labor. On 29 January 1953 they formed their own local (Local 37) assisted by the Canadian Congress of Labour. By 1957 they were represented by the National Union of Public Service Employees, which joined with the National Union of Public Employees in 1963 to form the Canadian Union of Public Employees.

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Dates of creation, revision and deletion

2015-06-09

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A. Wilson