Join us for a province-wide week of action from December 10th to the 14th, and take a stand for fairness for injured workers! We’re kicking the week off in Toronto with a rally on Monday December 10 at 11:30am outside the Ministry of Labour.
This year, the conservative government and WSIB have been the Grinch trying to steal workers’ compensation. They’ve teamed up to give employers a $1.5 billion gift, in the form of a massive reduction to their premium rates – that’s the money that’s needed to provide compensation for people who need it. Meanwhile, injured workers are struggling with poverty and homelessness.
Doug Ford’s promise of being “for the little guy” rings hollow in the face of this reality. And as we’ve seen from the government attacks on workers across the board, the “Ontario open for business” slogan really means they want to open workers to exploitation.
Well, we won’t stand for that. We’ve got a province-wide week of action to say Workers’ Comp Is A Right, and injured workers need Real Healthcare!
Stay tuned to this page for info on actions and events throughout Ontario, and join the one nearest you!
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Action December 10 at 10am at the Service Ontario office – 34 Simcoe St
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Action Wednesday December 12 at 11am at the WSIB office - Bay & King (outside Jackson Square)
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Action December 11 at noon at the WSIB office - 301 St. Paul St
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Rally December 10 at 12:00pm at the WSIB office – 113 Jade Ct
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Rally December 10 at 11:30am at the Ministry of Labour - 400 University Ave
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Action December 11 at 4pm at the WSIB office – 2485 Ouellette Ave
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Action December 10 at 4pm at MPP Ernie Hardeman's ofice - 12 Perry Street
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