A festival about and for working people cannot exist alone. We need the help, guidance, advice, collaboration, and past experience of others in order to continue in what we do. Towards that end, individuals and organizations have offered their invaluable help and expertise in making sure CLiFF gets off to a great start. Most of them are listed here. Please let us know if we have made any omissions!

The British Columbia Government and Service Employees Union (BCGEU) has helped immensely in organising location for CLiFF across BC. BCGEU Vice-President Lorene Oikawa is our BC Coordinator.

Cavalluzzo, Hayes, Shilton, McIntyre and Cornish, (Amanda Pask and Jorge Hurtado).

The Centre for Social Justice has kindly donated office space in 2010 (as well as meeting space for the Board of Directors and volunteer meetings).

IATSE Local 58 have been critical in their help and support for CLiFF. We thank tham them profusely.

International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAMAW) without whom this festival would never have seen the light of day.

The Left Institute provided many resources, financial and human.

MPG Graphics has helped us produce excellent literature and remains strong in their support of the labour movement.

The Oak Street Co-op has been very generous in providing free meeting space in 2009 for the Board of Directors.

The Ontario Public Service Employees’ Union (OPSEU) has been generous with funds as well as in-kind services.

The Ontario Federation of Labour has been instrumental in supporting CLiFF both financially and especially with in-kind donations. Another organisation withour whose help CLiFF would have existed.

Ontario Secondary School Teachers Federation (Domenic Bellissimo).

Thistle Printing has helped us produce excellent literature and has always supported the labour movement.

Toronto and York District Labour Council for consistent support

Trinity Saint Paul’s United Church has provided inexpensive (and progressive) meeting space for the Working Group meetings.

United Food and Commercial Workers, Canada have been very supportive.

Union Audio Visual and Brian Vaters have been critical in helping with the technical aspects of Opening Day. We also appreciate their support.

UNITE HERE! Local 75 for their generous financial support

The United Steelworkers (USW) have been tireless and unreserved in their support for CLiFF. Along with financial support, they are helping get the word out to their membership, and the world at large.

The Workers’ Arts and Heritage Centre (Elizabeth McLuhan, RenĂ©e Wetselaar, Heather McClellan Andrew Lochhead and Amanda Coles)

The Ontario Workers’ Health and Safety Centre were the first to donate to the Festival and echo loud support (Dave Killham, Tom Parkin, Ross Riddell and Loretta Michaud).