Ottawa ACORN member Mavis Finnamore talks to Global National about the 2015 federal budget
Living Wage - Salaire-subsistance
Ottawa and Gatineau ACORN members held a rally in downtown Ottawa for in their continued pursuit for a federal $15 per hour minimum wage for workers and contracted employees in the federal government.
The lowest wages in Ontario will see a small increase this year, but members of Ottawa and Gatineau ACORN are saying the federal government should be raising its own minimum wage.
A Toronto couple supporting two children both need to work full-time at $18.52 an hour each to make ends meet — a far cry from reality for too many struggling families, a report released Friday finds.
BC ACORN member Jacqueline Hardy talks to CBC News about the 20 cent increase to the minimum wage.
Kathleen Wynne announced a 25 cent increase to the Minimum Wage, putting the base pay at $11.25 for Ontario’s lowest paid workers.
BC ACORN members fight for a raise in the minimum wage