Tag: #StopHudak

 

OFL 2016-2017 Action Plan

The Ontario Federation of Labour held its 13th Biennial Convention, under the aspirational banner “The Ontario We Want,” from November 23 to 27, 2015 at the Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel. At that convention, the members laid out a bold new vision for labour action with the adoption of the 2016-2017 Ontario Federation of Labour (OFL) Action […]

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RELEASE: Hudak’s public sector layoffs would push Ontario to 9.7% unemployment levels and drive province into recession

(TORONTO, ON) –  Conservative Leader Tim Hudak’s pledge to get rid of 100,000 public sector employees has stunned workers, families and communities across Ontario. It would be the biggest layoff ever to take place in Ontario and the OFL warns it will be ruinous to the economies of both urban and rural communities. Last month, […]

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ADVISORY: Tonight’s Windsor Stop Hudak meeting now OPEN TO MEDIA

CAMPAIGN TO STOP TIM HUDAK COMES TO WINDSOR WITH TUESDAY’S URGENT ALL-UNION MEETING  **MEDIA NOTE: Meeting is now OPEN to reporters (WINDSOR) ─ The province-wide campaign to stop Conservative Leader Tim Hudak and his attack on workers and the labour movement rolls into Windsor 6 p.m., Tues., May 13, for an urgent and large all-union […]

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