News from Campaign to Raise the Minimum Wage
The Campaign to Raise the Minimum Wage is urging those affected by precarious work to let the government know about it, and lists ways to do this, by email, petitions, rallies, and events.
Date Saturday, October 12, 2013
Time 10:30 a.m.
Place St. Lawrence Market, 1 block south of King St. E. (meet at the corner of Front St. E and Jarvis), Toronto
Feast for Fairness is calling for an increase in minimum wage and the inclusion of migrant workers in minimum wage laws.
Exciting plans are coming together for our first day of action for a $14 minimum wage. On the 14th of every month, communities will be mobilizing for a $14 minimum wage - starting next Wednesday August 14th!
Check out the creative actions -- Monopoly Street Theatre, Pop-up Street Parties, Pots and Pan rallies and more!!!
Could you live on minimum wage or a little over for a month? The chair of the minimum wage advisory panel feels it would be too difficult for his family of four.
This campaign is pushing the Ontario government to raise the minimum wage to $14 to bring workers and their families above the poverty line in 2013.