As a developer seeks approval to build a new condominium tower beside them, tenants of a Danforth Road highrise wait for their building’s managers to deal with dozens of issues City of Toronto inspectors identified last fall.
Toronto ACORN members advocate for a raise in the minimum wage.
Seeking to renew its Poverty Reduction Strategy, Ontario’s government has been asking Scarborough residents picked by local agencies what it has done right and what should change.
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