Join us for a rally outside the Ministry of Labour as we fight for $15 and Fairness.
- A $15 minimum wage with no exemptions for any worker
- Decent hours that we can live on
- Paid sick days
- Respect at work
- Rules that protect everyone
WHEN: Wednesday, April 15, 12:30pm to 1pm
WHERE: Ministry of Labour, 400 University Avenue, Toronto
Through province-wide organizing, the Campaign to Raise the Minimum Wage made major gains winning an increase to the minimum wage and indexation to inflation in 2014. But we know that workers need more than that to be lifted out of poverty, have decent jobs and live healthy lives. So we're taking our fight to the next level and launching the Fight for $15 and Fairness!
Our fight is part of a larger movement that is gaining momentum across North America. April 15 is a global day of action in the Fight for $15. Workers will be walking off the job in over 100 US cities, with solidarity actions in 40 countries around the world.
Community and labour groups across Ontario are organizing actions for $15 and fairness.
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Rally at the Ministry of Labour for $15 & Fairness
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