Surrey ACORN joined trade union activist in calling on the government of British Columbia to raise the minimum wage.
Living Wage - Salaire-subsistance
On Friday, April 15, ACORN members from across Canada joined allies to take action for a $15 minimum wage. ACORN members participated in actions in Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal, Halifax, Vancouver and Surrey.
The group's members held protest demanding province raise minimum wage to $15
An information picket was held outside McDonald’s on Spring Garden Road this morning to remind passers by that minimum wage in Nova Scotia is not enough to live.
Workers across Canada fighting for better job conditions take to the streets today for the annual Fight for $15 and Fairness day of action.
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British Columbia resident Amanda Sillanpaa is working to make a better life for her and her mother.
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Un groupe représentant 2500 employés d’entretien d’édifices fédéraux ont manifesté aujourd’hui devant le Musée Canadien de la nature à Ottawa, pour réclamer une hausse appréciable du salaire minimum. Ils aimeraient voir leur salaire passer de 11,50 à 15 dollars l’heure. France Chartrand est une employée d’entretien affectée par le salaire minimum.
ACORN members in Ottawa rallied for the $15 federal living wage with benefits, as part of the Invisible No More campaign and in support of Justice for Janitors with SEIU Local 2