ALL OUT FOR MAY 1 - Will you be there?
Momentum is growing for the May 1 Day of Action with events in more than 20 cities across Ontario. This day will set the terms of debate for the provincial election on June 2. The larger the turnout the greater the impact.
Will you be there?
We only have three more days to spread the word.
Here’s what we need you to do:
- Let us know which event you’ll attend
- Put up a poster or hand out a flyer. (Posters, leaflets, or shareables for your area are included in each event registration page and also available on the resources page of the Justice for Workers website)
- Join an upcoming outreach action
- Amplify on social media. Please use the hashtags: #May1ON #Justice4Workers #ONPoli
- Call your friends, family and co-workers and ask them to join you on May 1 and to vote for decent work candidates on June 2
Tuesday, May 10 | 7:00 pm
ONTARIO: Justice for Workers organizing meeting
At the meeting we will be launching the Decent Work Election Toolkit to give you all the tools to fight for fair wages, decent hours, paid sick days, equal pay, and labour laws that protect everyone. With only three weeks before Election Day on June 2nd, let's crank up our election organizing so we can send as many decent work champions to Queen’s Park as possible.
Wednesday, May 4 | 8:00 pm EDT
Canada-wide: Building the solidarity dividend
The Ontario Federation of Labour and the Coalition of Black Trade Unionists Canada are pleased to present: Building the Solidarity Dividend: A Conversation with Heather McGee.
A renowned expert on the American economy, Heather McGhee is one of the most brilliant and influential thinkers exploring inequality today. Both her viral TED talk and her instant New York Times bestseller The Sum of Us: What Racism Costs Everyone and How We Can Prosper Together reveal the devastating true cost of racism—not just for people of colour, but for everyone. Deeply stirring, intelligent, and compassionate, McGhee’s vision offers an actionable roadmap during one of the most critical—and most troubled—periods in history.
Wednesday, June 1
ONTARIO: Justice for Injured Workers Day
Save the date for this important mobilization to demand justice for injured workers. This year’s action will be particularly important as we head to the ballot box on June 2. Let’s make sure we elect candidates who support justice for injured workers.
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