What Ford’s statement on scrapping Bill 148 could mean for Ontario workers

https://cupe.on.ca/what-fords-statement-on-scrapping-bill-148-could-mean-for-ontario-workers

What Ford’s statement on scrapping Bill 148 could mean for Ontario workers

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Ontario premier announced Tuesday his government plans to eliminate Bill 148

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/ford-vows-to-scrap-key-liberal-labour-reform-legislation-1.4847330

This contemptable lap dog of business is now about to show just how he has contempt for workers in general and will force Ontario backwards while the evidence in jurisdictions where similar reforms exist show improved overall economy. This is what people get when they vote for a clown that only preforms for the highest paying ring masters.

Grey Bruce Labour Council Endorses Municipal Candidates for October 22nd 2018 Election

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The Grey Bruce Labour Council is pleased to endorse progressive candidates across our region. The endorsed candidates are not necessarily the only socially progressive candidates in our region, but they are the people that the Grey Bruce Labour Council is aware of. The Labour Council looks forward to seeing the endorsed candidates and all candidates act on behalf of all people in their communities.

Canadian Union of Postal Workers Launch National Campaign

https://www.cjwwradio.com/2018/09/08/canadian-union-of-postal-workers-launch-national-campaign/

Canadian Union of Postal Workers Launch National Campaign

Saskatoon, SK, Canada / Country 600 CJWW
Canadian Union of Postal Workers Launch National CampaignThe Canadian Union of Postal Workers is launching its national campaign Saturday night in Saskatoon.
It’s called Delivering Community Power and it looks at how Canada Post can address climate change, while tackling social inequalities.
Some of the ideas include electric charging stations at post offices, converting the postal fleet to made-in-Canada electric vehicles and having mail carriers check up on seniors and those with limited mobility.
The guest speakers at tonight’s event include the national president of CUPW, Saskatoon-West MP Sheri Benson, Nancy Greyeyes from Idle No More and Justin Fisher with Climate Justice Saskatoon.
There will be a panel discussion and then a film screening of ‘Maden in Dagenham’ about the women who fought for and won equal pay for women in the U.K.
It begins at 8:15 tonight at the Broadway Theatre.