Jobs, inequality, and the future of Ontario
December 2, 2013 Every effort – big or small – gets us closer
to more equality, says OPSEU’s Eduardo (Eddy) Almeida in this new video. more....
October 21, 2013
They’re living the life and they have the numbers to prove it.
A diverse crowd turned out Wednesday night for a community supper and public
forum in Hamilton to address the issue of rising inequality and what to do about
October 8, 2013 A new report shows that
nearly 10 per cent of Ontario employees earn the minimum wage and 40 per cent of
these workers are 25 years of age and older
October 3, 2013 First it was Sudbury.
Then came Kingston. And now, more folks from labour and community groups are
kicking the fight against inequality up a notch – this time in Hamilton.
2013 Town hall folks asked what to do, and they got answers. Nearly 300
people gathered in Kingston for the latest forum on jobs, inequality, and the
future of Ontario. more..
2013 Media Advisory - Leaders of several provincial unions have
invited their members and community representatives to take part in a forum on
jobs, inequality, and the future of Ontario. The June 10 forum in Kingston is
similar to one held earlier this year in Sudbury.
2013 Labour and communities are grappling with growing inequality in Ontario, and a Kingston forum on the topic is another step to educate people about the problem and what to do about it.
February 7, 2013 There’s more money in Ontario than there’s ever been. And
yet, there’s more inequality. That’s not right. That’s why OPSEU has joined with
other unions and the community to do something about it.
The Rich and The Rest of Us Forum: Sudbury: January 8th, 2013
Coverage of Forum: January 10, 2013
“Fund fairness, you’ll still be rich”, Thomas tells wealthy While the wealthy are getting wealthier, a worker in
Sudbury whose wages aren’t even keeping up with inflation plays a game each
month to decide how to pay her bills. Includes photos with Sudbury
Notice of Forum: January 4, 2013
Forum to step up fight against income inequality