Canada’s Largest Private-Sector Labour Union Joins the Growing list of Sponsors for The Upcoming 2023 Masters Indigenous Games
Mississauga, Ontario — August 22, 2023 — The organizing committee of the Masters Indigenous Games is thrilled to announce that Unifor has joined our growing group of community partners. We deeply appreciate the generous support and valuable resources offered by our community partners and we’re delighted that Unifor has chosen to be one of those partners.
“Unifor’s unwavering commitment to the Masters Indigenous Games is a testament to their dedication to fostering community partnerships. Their support not only amplifies the significance of this event but also highlights the power of collaboration in promoting Indigenous culture, sports, and unity. We are grateful for Unifor’s invaluable contribution, which will undoubtedly leave a lasting impact on the participants and the broader Indigenous community,” said Marc Laliberte, the president of ISWO.
Indigenous Sport & Wellness Ontario (ISWO) is the official Provincial/Territorial Aboriginal Sport Body(P/TASB) for Ontario and consistently delivers outstanding sporting and cultural events. Following a few challenging years of restrictions and limitations on in-person programming, ISWO successfully hosted the 2022 Ontario Summer Indigenous Games.
Unifor represents over 315,000 workers across Canada, making it the country’s largest private-sector labour union. Unifor’s mandate is rooted in community and values the contributions of each individual member. Unifor comprises 29 sectors with over 2,800 bargaining units to support its diverse membership.
ISWO honours the traditional lands and homelands of all Indigenous Peoples and communities across the province of Ontario, including First Nations, Inuit and Métis living both on and off reserve, in rural and urban communities.
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