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James (Jim) Biros

Tuesday, September 23, 2014header_news2

James (Jim) Biros, former Executive Director of the Toronto Musicians’ Association, passed away peacefully surrounded by family on Friday, September 19, 2014 at the age of 66. Jim’s loss will be shared by his family, all musicians and the live arts community, and the labour movement.

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Together We Can Stop CETA! Sept. 26 – Ottawa

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Together We Can Stop CETA! The text may be finished, but the fight’s just beginning! Friday, September 26 11:30 am – 1:00 pm Ottawa Assemble outside the Transport Canada building (330 Sparks Street) starting at 11:30 am March to Parliament Hill for a noon-time rally On September 26, officials from Canada and the European Union [...]

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Good Jobs Summit, October 3-5 – Toronto

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The Summit will kick off Friday with a panel featuring Unifor Economist Jim Stanford; Centre of Policy Alternatives Ontario Director Trish Hennessy; Globe and Mail columnist and financial expert Preet Banerjee and others.

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Save Canada Post Rally, September 20 – Toronto

Tuesday, September 16, 2014header_news2

STOP Harper – Save Canada Post Rally, September 20, Toronto We need to STOP Harper’s plan to eliminate home mail delivery and set higher prices for postage. When: Saturday, September 20, 1:00 p.m. Where: 511 Lawrence Avenue West (Eglinton-Lawrence constituency office of MP & Finance Minister, Joe Oliver)

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OFL welcomes NDP federal minimum wage commitment

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The Ontario Federation of Labour welcomed the announcement today by the federal NDP that, if elected, an NDP government would reinstate the federal minimum wage, lay out a path to reaching $15 per hour, and index the federal minimum wage to inflation. OFL President Sid Ryan said that a $15 per hour federal minimum wage [...]

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This Labour Day, Ontario Is Benefiting from the “Union Advantage”

Friday, August 29, 2014header_news2

By Sid Ryan A year from today, Canada could be in the throes of a federal election. Stephen Harper’s Conservatives have already started laying the groundwork for their re-election campaign, and two important themes are emerging: jobs and the economy. A key battleground will be Ontario. Our province is vital to Harper’s re-election plans, because [...]

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