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Ontario workers are increasingly trapped in precarious part-time, temporary, contract and subcontracted jobs, as employers
in every sector drive down wages and working conditions.

Today, we have a once-in-a-generation chance to make sweeping changes to Ontario’s labour laws.

Ontario’s outdated labour law is failing to protect workers ...

It’s time to MAKE IT FAIR!

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    The Ontario government is currently reviewing the province’s employment laws. That means we have a once-in-a-generation opportunity to bring in sweeping changes and create the Ontario We Want!

    "Make it Fair" is a campaign of the Ontario Federation of Labour (OFL) to mobilize labour unions to fight for labour law reform, in solidarity with the Fight for $15 and Fairness campaign.

    Ontario Federation of Labour
    200-15 Gervais Drive, Toronto, ON  M3C 1Y8

    Tel: 416-441-2731, Email: sdevine@ofl.ca

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    OFL submission to the Changing Workplaces Review

    Letter from OFL Officers to the Changing Workplaces Review:   Dear C. Michael Mitchell and the Honourable John C. Murray, On behalf of our 54 affiliates, the Ontario Federation of Labour (OFL) commends both of you for the 2016 Changing Workplaces Review: Special Advisors’ Interim Report.  
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    Saturday: Workers stories to be highlighted as thousands rally for fair employment standards

    Sept 30, 2016 (TORONTO, ON) ─ This Saturday at 1:00 p.m. at Queen’s Park, there will be a rally mobilized by the Labour movement and its community partners. Precarious workers will share their stories to underscore the need for changes in the Employment Standards Act and the Labour Relations Act. The Rally for Decent Work coincides with the Changing Workplaces Review, which will make recommendations for updating Ontario’s long-outdated employment laws. The Rally for Decent Work will call on the government to use its Changing Workplaces Review to address the steep rise in precarious work across Ontario, and adapt our laws to protect workers who are trapped in jobs that are low-wage, part-time, contract, or temporary.
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