Make It Fair

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2015 Action Plan

Read the OFL’s 2015 Action Plan and all of the Convention documents online.
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OFL Proudly Celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day and pledge to work for Truth and Reconciliation

Wednesday, June 21, 2017NAPD

The Ontario Federation of Labour (OFL) is pleased to celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day, June 21, and pledge to work for Truth and Reconciliation. Today is an important day to recognize the many contributions of the Indigenous Peoples of this land and is an occasion to reflect on the many challenges Indigenous Peoples still face. The […]

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Extra-billing causes hardship and must be stopped, says OFL

Tuesday, June 13, 2017Slider - OFL flag

(TORONTO, ON) – The OFL supports the call by the Ontario Health Coalition for better regulation and enforcement of the Canada Health Act to prevent the charging of user fees across Canada. A recent survey conducted by the Ontario Health Coalition, showed that 88 clinics across Canada are charging unlawful user fees. “Privatization in health […]

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In memoriam: Stan Raper 1961 – 2017

Friday, June 9, 2017Stan Raper - SLIDER

The OFL mourns the passing of Brother Stan Raper, who died June 5. A staunch labour and farm worker advocate who worked on behalf of domestic and migrant agriculture workers for more than two decades, Raper was born in Fort Frances, Ontario in 1961. As a teenager and high school student, he learned first-hand about […]

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2017 Pride event listings

SLIDER - Pride and Solidarity Award

To download the listing of 2017 Pride Events click here. Signs of union pride are extremely important for smaller towns and communities across Ontario. Lesbian, Gay Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQI*) identified workers and their families are very often invisible or, if out, at serious risk of harassment in their workplaces and their communities. Labour […]

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Affordable, accessible childcare must be publicly funded, says OFL

Tuesday, June 6, 2017Slider - OFL flag

(TORONTO, ON) – Following today’s announcement on childcare, the OFL is calling on the government to ensure public funding for all childcare spaces in Ontario. “There’s no doubt that creating a system of affordable childcare requires public investment,” said OFL President Chris Buckley. “Families across this province are struggling to make ends meet. Affordable childcare, […]

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Social Planning Toronto report underscores the need to make it easier to join a union, says OFL


(TORONTO, ON) – Unionized workers are less likely than non-unionized workers to struggle with paying bills, according to a study released today by Social Planning Toronto called The Union Advantage: Unions and the Response to Precarious Work Series. The study on precarious work underscores the need for meaningful improvements to employment and labour laws in […]

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