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H.G. Watson | There is a race to the bottom with the low-wage agenda, which involves pitting workers against each other. We need to challenge this and look to how we have connections not divisions.
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John Bonnar | The minimum wage has been frozen for over three years, pushing Ontario workers nearly 20 per cent below the poverty line.
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John Bonnar | On Wednesday afternoon, labour unions, vulnerable worker groups and community partners marched to Dundas Square for a rally demanding an immediate increase to minimum wage.
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John Bonnar | Two live-in caregivers have filed suits against their former employers to recover unpaid wages, overtime and other employment standards entitlements.
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John Bonnar | Both said they received no protection from employment standards violations and faced barriers to government enforcement of their rights to unpaid wages.
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John Bonnar | If passed, Bill 68 would force workers to fight for unpaid wages before filing a claim with the Ministry of Labour.
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John Bonnar | A few weeks ago, Kumanan Thurairajah and Parvathy Thamboo approached the United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW) about organizing a union in their workplace. Last week they were fired.