Union Density is a term which is used to define the strength and the overall influence of the labor movement which takes place in the economy. A union is affected by the labor markets and the outcomes which are obtained from them. Labor unions are created in different nations in order to ensure that the demands and the requirements of labor are being fulfilled. It helps the labors by raining their voice in terms of wages, the benefits which are earned by them, the working conditions and their overall lifestyle. Thus, a union for an important part of nation’s development and it impacts the overall development of the wages and the type of employment. Each and every nation has different kind of labor unions which are strived towards the protection of the rights and interests of the labor force of the country (Fairbrother, P., & Yates, 2013). Union density is another term which is relative to the union and it is the overall density of the paid workers in the union. It is therefore a commodity which is used to indicate the strength and the influence of the labor force in a country. In this report, the union density between Canada and United States is going to be analyzed.