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  • We can win a new government on October 19t.  A new government that puts health care, retirement security, child care, good joabs and the economy first.
    Each riding that we win is another step toward getting rid of the Conservative government and its regressive agenda.  With an extended election period, winning will take collaboration and a sustained effort by many volunteers.
    In this vain, the Canadian Labour Congress (CLC), in coordination with the Ontario Federation of Labour (OFL) and labour councils in key ridings across the province, will be hosting "Labour Canvasses". 
    Below, is a list of the Labour Canvasses that we have organized thus far:


  • Customs and Immigration Union is holding a rally on Oct 8th at 12 noon at Pearson International Airport. Sister Robyn Benson will be there to talk about the cuts to Public Services and the Conservative Governments attack on our Charter rights.

  • The federal election will be held on October 19, 2015. This is our chance to vote for a better future for all Canadians. Those of us that are federal public service workers are also voting for our next employer. Attend a Political Outreach Training Initiative in your area to join our outreach team and help to create change in the upcoming 2015 Federal election.

  • The AFN Clinic will be held October 16th to 18th at Ivey Spencer in London.
    This is your chance as an AF to be part of a dynamic Labour Educator Program. You will have the opportunity to bring your AF vision to this event to move our member-led Education Program forward. 
  • Time for Change Tour

    This fall we believe we can win a new government, but we need your help.

    Join us for a time for change event in your community to see how you can get involved. These short and fun events will be a great opportunity to meet fellow labour activists in your community and pick up materials to help reach out to members in your workplace.


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    Support paid sick leave for federal government workers, and for all workers across Canada, sign the pledge!
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    The Veterans Affairs office in Prince George has already been shut down and the Conservative government says that by February 2014, offices in Corner Brook, Charlottetown, Sydney, Thunder Bay, Windsor, Brandon, Saskatoon and Kelowna will be closing their doors to veterans too.

PSAC Ontario on Twitter

  • RT @psacnat: October is Women's History Month. PSAC celebrates 30 years of women’s constitutional equality rights! #WomenHistory http://t.c… 13 hours 40 min ago
  • RT @CanadianLabour: After a lifetime of hard work, no one should retire in poverty. Time for a #betterchoice https://t.co/3m6S5vfmLU 4 days 11 hours ago
  • New CCPA study: Federal cuts reduce number of health and safety inspectors http://t.co/4UVh01wRrZ @psacnat #cdnpoli #canlab #safety @ccpa 5 days 18 hours ago
  • Right-wing charity Fraser Institute reports zero political activity to the CRA http://t.co/o1Crd8qhgG @psacnat @broadbent #cdnpoli #canlab 1 week 19 hours ago
  • RT @SharonDPSAC: PSAC Ontario stands in solidarity, Unifor local 252 locked out by OLG; Everyone deserves to retire with dignity #OLGlockou… 1 week 4 days ago

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