After 11 years in power, the Liberals have not addressed the serious and growing problem of poverty in Ontario
Volunteers across Ontario will hold a referendum to ask residents to vote to stop the Ontario government's plan to cut local public hospitals and contract clinical services out to private clinics.
It's time to fight to restore progressive policies within the ONDP -- or start a new party.
“Our pots and pans are empty, bring yours to bang!!!!!”
The enduring and highly visible deficit in Ontario is not its fiscal deficit, it is deficit in its public services.
Ontario's new $11 an hour minimum wage leaves a full-time minimum wage worker about 20 per cent below the poverty line. Is doing almost nothing to be considered progress?
The minimum wage increase announced by Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne this morning is too small and locks in the poverty-level wages of the province’s lowest-paid workers, Unifor says.
Inequality makes us sick, and mobilizing for higher wages is part of the cure. The campaign to raise the minimum wage is part of a broader struggle to change the world and ourselves.
A review is greatly needed given the well-justified calls for revenue sharing from First Nations and municipalities and the numerous proposed mining projects that are advancing across the province.
Great organizing efforts will increase protection for marginalized Ontario workers -- it's already secured some key victories and will continue to pay off.