Living Wage - Salaire-subsistance
A greater proportion of Ontarians are working for minimum wage today than in 2003 — and they are more likely to be women, visible minorities and immigrant
Workers call for $14 minimum wage at province-wide rallies
Rallies across the province call for better pay for poorest labourers
Crowd gathers at Dufferin Mall in city's west end seeking $14 an hour, up from $10.25
Ontario Chamber of Commerce favours regular cost-of-living increases in new paper
The B.C. branch of ACORN Canada is lobbying the provincial government to increase assistance rates for single parents with disabilities, and to end the "dollar-for-dollar clawback" on child support payments.
Weston ACORN members hit the streets petitioning for an indexed $14 minimum wage on Wednesday. Joining community and labour allies across the province, ACORN leaders ran a workshop on petitioning, then took to Weston Road to collect signatures.