Women of Steel are tens of thousands of Steelworkers, in virtually all sectors across Canada who are making a difference in our workplaces, communities and in our union.
Unions need women and women need unions. The USW is a leader in developing women activists and recognizing women’s issues as workers’ issues.
- The United Steelworkers’ Reference Guide for Local, Regional and District Women’s Committees
- Women of Steel Building Equality
- We are Women of Steel
- Steelworkers Violence Prevention Guide
- A Steelworker's Guide to Running for Union Office
- Steelworker Guide to Negotiating the Balance of Work - Life Responsibilities
- Stop Harassment
- Women's Resource Links
- Fairness for Women: Action Plan of the New Democrat Caucus
- Steelworkers Anti-Harassment Policy - The Yellow Sheet
- Steelworker Songs of Solidarity
- Can Work Be Safe, When Home Isn’t? A National Survey Help us learn more about the impacts of domestic violence in the workplace
- December 6 : National Day To End Violence Against Women December 6 is the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence against Women. On this day, we remember and mourn the loss of the 14 women murdered in 1989 at Montreal’s École Polytechnique, murdered because they were women.
- Rethink Child Care USW is working with other unions and child-care advocacy groups on a campaign called Rethink Child Care. In its first phase, the campaign wants to gather stories from parents, grandparents, and others about the impact the lack of affordable, high-quality, public child care is having on their lives.