The Confédération des syndicats nationaux (CSN) was founded in 1921. It strongly supports efforts to improve the working conditions and lives of its members. It fights for social, cultural, economic and environmental policies that enrich the fabric of society and that benefit the entire population.
The CSN is a constant participant in debates and public struggles for a more just, more egalitarian, more democratic society. It takes a lead role on many issues, whether it concerns the right to unionize and negotiate freely, or women’s equality in the workforce, pay equity in the private sector or an end to all discrimination.
The CSN is a democratic, independent and progressive organization.