May 1 rally
On May 1, 2022, join the province-wide day of action for a better Ontario.
May 1, or May Day, is the traditional workers’ holiday, a day that working people celebrate the gains they have won over the years and commit to fighting for a better future for everyone.
In Guelph on May 1, we’re hosting a memorial for Alan Pickersgill at Goldie Mill Ruins (11:00 AM), followed by a march to Royal City Park, where a rally will take place at 12:30 PM.
It’s time for a $20 minimum wage, decent work, affordable housing, paid sick days, well-funded public services, livable income support for all, climate justice, status for all, and an end to racism and oppression. Join us!
- 11:00 AM – Alan Pickersgill Soapbox Memorial, Goldie Mill Ruins, 75 Cardigan St
- 12:30 PM – Rally in Royal City Park, 139 Gordon St
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