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Join the campaign to change Ontario’s outdated labour laws to make it fair for everyone.

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Ontario’s outdated labour law is failing to protect workers ...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: mbayon@ofl.ca

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