This scholarship is offered in recognition of the efforts and commitment of young workers across Canada who have demonstrated commitment to positively impacting social and workplace issues in their community.
"By providing menstrual products, we are removing another barrier to participation. And we’re challenging other unions and organizations to do the same.” — Val Avery, HSABC President
The Portage Plains United Way says they have raised close to 30 per cent of their 2017 campaign goal of $232,000.
"We’re very proud to be out here and be a part of this and be a sponsor for it." — Michelle Gawronsky, MGEU President
"At first glance, having a charity provide formal community services may seem harmless. But there are significant problems with this form of privatization, and it's the people who depend on the services that ultimately pay the price for those problems," says NUPGE National President James Clancy.