Ottawa ACORN's Annual Reception - February 28, 2014
Living Wage - Salaire-subsistance
Toronto ACORN members advocate for a raise in the minimum wage.
As anyone familiar with the price of a transit pass, pack of razor blades or dental X-ray should be able to compute, you cannot live on Ontario’s $10.25-an-hour minimum wage. Not really.
Ontario's move to raise minimum wage to $11 per hour Thursday was greeted by very mixed reaction in Ottawa.
Ottawa ACORN member Jessica Pearce talks about the Minimum Wage campaign on CBC Morning Ottawa.
BC ACORN is pressuring Social Development Minister Don McRae to remove “claw backs” when someone is a recipient of both child support payments and disability support.
Posted January 20, 2014
ACORN held a rally outside the constituency office of Yasir Naqvi, Ontario Minister of Labour, on Friday, January 17, 2014. ACORN Canada is an independent national organization of low and moderate income families, who are asking the Ontario government to raise the minimum wage to $14 and subsequently index it to the cost of living.
Le groupe ACORN a manifesté vendredi devant les bureaux du député d'Ottawa-Centre et ministre du Travail de l'Ontario, Yaser Naqvi, pour demander au gouvernement de fixer le salaire minimum à 14$ l'heure.
Recap of Ottawa ACORN's Minimum Wage Forum