The Ontario provincial election campaign has begun. Thanks to you, a $20 minimum wage; 10 paid sick days; equal pay for part-time, contract and temp workers; real protections for gig workers; and measures to make it easier to join unions are all on the political agenda in this election.
But to win this fight, we must make sure every worker in Ontario has the tools to maximize the vote for decent work.
Here are some tools to help you hit the ground this election and build support for our decent work demands.
Candidate Pledge Form
Leaflets & Handouts
Minimum Wage vs. Regional Wage Model
Here are 5 Questions to ask your local candidate
Where do the parties stand on decent work? (links to download leaflet, poster and 4-pager below)
- Click here to download the 11"x17" poster
- Click here to download the 4-page Ontario Election Handout
Posters and Signs
Order your Justice for Workers Lawn and Window Signs for delievery
11" x 17" Lawn and Window Signs to Print at Home
Ford Cancelled the $20 Minimum Wage
These MPPs Voted NO to Paid Sick Days 25 Times
Election Sign-up Sheets
Workers' Action Centre report: From the Frontlines: An urgent agenda for decent work
Racial justice primer
Myths and Facts about the minimum wage
Child care leaflet
Myths and facts about paid sick days