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Power of Many

There is a lot at stake under today’s government. We are working together to win and protect decent work, strong public services, equality and justice, as well as safe and healthy workplaces and communities for all.

What is happening?

We are the majority. We are the people. We will not let the PCs jeopardize Ontario’s future. It is the people working together, a unified Power of Many, that will stop government attacks on Ontario’s most vulnerable people. The attacks on Ontarians will continue. Together, we can stop them.

How can you help?

Get involved in your community and your union. Sign up for updates and sign up to be part of a Rapid Response Network to deliver prompt solidarity actions in your community.

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Domestic Violence Goes to Work Everyday: A Bargaining Guide

Workers who are dealing with domestic violence need support in the workplace in order to escape an abusive situation. This campaign aims to give labour organizations the tools they need to bargain to ensure supports for survivors.

What is happening?

The OFL has advocated for domestic violence leave to be included in employment laws through Bill 148. At the same time, it has developed a bargaining guide to support labour organizations as they work to guarantee this leave in collective agreements.

How can you help?

Download the Domestic Violence Goes To Work Every Day: A Bargaining Guide. If you have questions, please contact the OFL at info@ofl.ca.

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Kill a Worker, Go to Jail

Workplace deaths are too often the result of poor health and safety practices in the workplace. Employers who don’t provide proper safety standards to their workers should face criminal charges. All workers must have safe and healthy workplaces.

What is happening?

When a worker is killed, the OFL contacts police to remind them of their duty to conduct a criminal investigation through a C-45 lens.

How can you help?

When you see or hear of a workplace death, contact the Ontario Federation of Labour at info@ofl.ca, so that the OFL can follow up with police in the area.

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