Our Workers Solidarity Committee supports workers in struggle.

For workers who are on strike or lock-out, the Workers Solidarity Committee helps produce public solidarity statements and helps coordinate support for picket lines and union rallies.

To engage with non-unionized workers, the Workers Solidarity Committee participates in a campaign to raise the provincial minimum wage through the Fair Wage / Nova Scotia Needs a Raise Coalition and is also in the process of establishing a Workers Action Centre in collaboration with the Halifax-Dartmouth & District Labour Council.

The Workers Solidarity Committee can also be a resource for those who are interested in organizing their workplace.


Solidarity Halifax has participated in numerous panels exploring the politics of work and workplaces. Watch the following videos of panels hosted by Solidarity Halifax.

Video: The Politics of Childcare

Video: Unions. Capitalism. Young Workers.