May 13, 2011
Canadian Labour Congress Constitutional Convention
PSAC activist Danielle Dubuc elected to the CLC executive as Vice President for Workers of Colour
Danielle Dubuc is a bilingual activist from Montreal with over 20 years of dedication to the labour movement.
Danielle is a strong believer in bringing people together to deal with important human rights issues.
As your Vice-President on the CLC Council, she will provide positive vision and leadership to advance the cause of equality within Canada’s labour movement.
Danielle will bring the perspective of racialized workers to the CLC. She will work hard to ensure members’ concerns are heard and will make open communications a priority.
Danielle has been involved in the trade union movement, locally, nationally and internationally:
- Member of the CLC Workers of Colour working group
- President of the Montérégie region on the PSAC Québec Regional Council
- Former Equity Director of PSAC - Québec
- Co-Chair of the 2011 PSAC Conference for Racially Visible Members
- Former Representative on the PSAC National Equal Opportunities Committee
- Member of the CLC delegation to the 2009 Durban Review Conference in Geneva
- Chaired the Workers of Colour caucus at the CLC Rise-Up Conference on Human Rights
Date Modified : 2011/05/13