BC ACORN members joined labour allies to rally for a raise in the minimum wage
Living Wage - Salaire-subsistance
BC ACORN was one of several dozen sign-toting activists gathered in downtown Vancouver on Sunday calling on the provincial government to increase the minimum wage to $15 per hour.
BC ACORN members were part of a downtown Vancouver rally in support of raising B.C.’s minimum wage from $10.25 to $15 an hour.
Lowest paid workers mostly women, often trying to raise children alone, says B.C. Federation of Labour
Nova Scotia ACORN members are part of a coalition group working to raise the minimum wage to $15/hour in Nova Scotia.
BC ACORN Leader Preeti Misra speaks at BC Federation of Labour rally on how BC ACORN is ready to fight for $15/hour!
Posted September 2, 2014
Le salaire minimum est-il trop ou pas assez élevé en Ontario? Pendant que des groupes communautaires demandent publiquement une hausse, des regroupements d'entreprises font pression sur le gouvernement pour empêcher qu'elle se produise.
A group of low-income workers are expected to gather outside the Toys "R" Us store on Merivale Road on Saturday to call on the province to raise the minimum wage by more than 75 cents.