'The only beneficiaries of privatization will be the people who can afford to spend $950 a plate to see Dalton McGuinty give a speech, as they did two weeks ago.' - Warren (Smokey) Thomas.
Liquor Store Workers
OPSEU members take anti-privatization message to politicians at Queen's Park.
When it comes to the recently announced deal on opening up the U.S. stimulus package to Canadian bids, the evidence is that Canada groveled, and then we got hosed.
Ontario unions launch Communities That Work media campaign in advance of new Ontario budget in March.
'That's the main issue we want to deal with at the table.' - BCGEU president Darryl Walker.
'Let the government know about the importance of public services to our communities and to our economy.' - Joan Jessome.
'Our proposals will focus on winnable issues that resolve long standing inequities.' - BCGEU president Darryl Walker.
Government revenues can only be restored by creating good paying jobs that allow workers to pay taxes to the province, says OPSEU president Warren (Smokey) Thomas.
The LCBO earns billions for Ontario taxpayers and they want it to remain in public hands.
Radio ads highlight savings of up to 35% over private stores and a larger selection of popular products.