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Ford tracker: PC actions to date

This list was last updated on July 2, 2019.Click here to download the Ford Tracker.Cliquez ici pour télécharger le Ford Tracker “Gardons Forda l’oeil”, le 30 mai, 2019.  PC actions to date (highlights): June 2019 Gifted $165,000 appointments to insiders and a lacrosse player connected to the chief of staff (UPDATED: rescinded patronage appointments and…


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There is a lot at stake in Ontario. The government’s regressive policies threaten public services like education and health care, decent work, equality and justice, as well as safe and healthy workplaces and communities. Ontarians are not accepting these sweeping changes to the services we depend on. Together, we bring the Power of Many to…


OFL/AIL Canada Scholarship 2019

Dear OFL Members, The OFL is proud to be joined in partnership by American Income Life (AIL) Canada in calling for applications for the annual OFL/AIL Labour Post-Secondary Scholarships. Two OFL members, or the children of members, will be selected from a pool of applicants to each receive a scholarship in the amount of $2,500…


OFL statement for Indigenous Peoples’ Day, 2019

National Indigenous Peoples’ Day, June 21, recognizes and celebrates the unique and diverse cultures and the ongoing and outstanding contributions of First Nations, Inuit, and Métis peoples in Canada.


OFL statement on protecting water in Six Nations territories

(ABERFOYLE, ON) – The Ontario Federation of Labour stands in support of Six Nations, their continuing legal struggle, and their current legal action against Nestlé’s continued pumping and bottling of waters in Six Nations territories. Canada is home to 60 per cent of the world’s lakes and one-fifth of the world’s fresh water. The importance…


Find your 2019 local PRIDE events

PRIDE events throughout Ontario begin in May and run through the summer.Find events near you, or check the OFL events calendar. Please note: The dates were accurate at the time of publishing. Members are encouraged to check the individual websites prior to attending any of the Pride events. Updated: June 7, 2019 MAY Elliot Lake PrideMay…


Speaking out to protect Ontario, for today and for tomorrow

Le français suit l’anglais: The following is a statement from Ontario’s labour movement: (TORONTO, ON) – Cuts to vital services like education and health care, including public health and emergency medical services, childcare, children’s aid, and legal aid services will hurt us all, including workers in the private and public sector, both union and non-union.…


Open letter to workers on the anniversary of the Winnipeg General Strike

The Ontario Federation of Labour marks the 100th anniversary of the Winnipeg General Strike. The Ontario Federation of Labour marks the 100th anniversary of the Winnipeg General Strike. The Winnipeg general strike is an inspiration for workers in Ontario and beyond, as we continue to defend the right to collective bargaining, better wages, and the improvement our working conditions.


Trump comes north: The Ontario experience

Thevaki Thevaratnam, Director of Research and Education at the Ontario Federation of Labour, told delegates about the OFL’s work on resisting the right-wing agenda of Doug Ford. She described how the Ford government has systematically attacked worker’s rights and slashed public services in just one year. She concluded with a powerful message of how labour…


International Workers’ Day Statement: Workers will fight Ford’s cuts

(TORONTO, ON) – On May 1, the Ontario Federation of Labour stands with workers here at home and around the globe in common purpose and solidarity.  Under the PC government, the fight for workers’ rights has taken on a new urgency. One of the government’s first acts was to remove decent work laws and cancel…


OFL condemns the attacks in Sri Lanka

The Ontario Federation of Labour condemns the bomb attacks this weekend that took more than 300 lives and left many more wounded, and mourns with the many families who lost loved ones in this terrible act of violence. “The labour movement stands against violence and hate, and will continue its work to build solidarity and…


Job Posting: Regional Campaign Organizers, Part-Time Contract (DEADLINE EXTENDED TO APRIL 15)

The Ontario Federation of Labour is Canada’s largest provincial labour federation, representing approximately one million workers. The OFL is seeking several part-time campaign organizers for specific regions across Ontario to lead local mobilizing and outreach efforts for the Federation’s Power of Many Campaign. Join a small, dynamic team of elected leaders, social justice advocates and…

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