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Toronto, ON  M4R 1K8

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TPLWU represents the 2,100 full and part-time library workers at the Toronto Public Library

 

Our Members

TPL staff serve the world’s busiest urban public library system, with more than 17.5 million visits a year to our 100 branches.

Our members are highly educated and dedicated professionals who reflect the diversity of our city and who devote their careers to preserving, organizing, enhancing and making more accessible the vast reservoir of human knowledge found in our libraries. Collectively, they are one of Toronto’s most valuable public resources.

Our Roots

Our roots as a union go back nearly one hundred years to the early days of the 20th century, when Toronto Civic workers began organizing. We are affiliated with the Canadian Union of Public Employees as Local 4948.

 

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@TravisMille: March for black students. Downtown. Nathan Phillips to Queens Park. #blacklivesmatter#blsckstudentsmatter https://t.co/L663yiJSIO
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@feliciansamuel: Today my friends and allies in labour marched in support of Black students. We marched for their present and future in education. Let’s work together to dismantle anti-Black racism in our education system. #EnoughIsEnough #MarchforBlackStudents https://t.co/a06kCBn7Uj
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@ETFOeducators: Educators, education workers and parents are in the streets of Toronto today to demand justice for Black students in our public schools #onted #onpoli #marchforBlackstudents https://t.co/etBn2awzmq
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#LibraryWorkers at Provincial March for Black Students at City Hall. We must do better to fight #AntiBlackRacism in the education system. #MarchforBlackStudents #EnoughIsEnough #Solidarity @4948president @PoBCAdvocate @VACAORG #topoli https://t.co/GkNDOL3Ygs