The feminist movement in Canada gripped the entire workplaces in the country where women were used to be treated as second citizen left nothing for them as first priority for male dominated organizations. Women’s Committees have had been influential in generating anti-discrimination policy in Canada, particularly at workplace in the forms offorbiddingchauvinist and further unfair conducts. Creating separate women organizations started to question the priorities of male dominated organizations that unnoticed women, stood firm of uneven power constitutions that disempowered women (Rebick, 2005:92). The feminist movement started to empower the disempowered womenin Canada which was demanded by women organizations, unions and committees at the workplace, and the women unions provedvictorious in forcing organizations to take positive steps working against economic unfairness, violence against women, and sexual disgraceby the early on eighties.The detached women organizations in workplaces of Canada proved to have far ranging effect not just in challenging the male culture of unions, but as well in challenging the general course of union movement objectives. In a sense, the union movement echoed as feminist movement, where more than any added facet of women’s union activism, break up unionization offered the opening rock layer for building up a gender and equity angle of trade unionism (Briskin, 2002).