On Aug 8 tell the Ford government to Listen Up!

This coming Monday will be the first day MPPs come back to Queen’s Park after the election. OPSEU/SEFPO will be joining the OFL and other unions for a creative action and press conference at Queen’s Park to remind Doug Ford what his government’s priorities should be. Join us in person or online!

Cory Knipe, the Bargaining Team Chair for striking TSSA safety inspectors (members of OPSEU/SEFPO Local 546), will speak on behalf of OPSEU/SEFPO at the press conference.

When: Monday, August 8, 2022 at 12 noon

Where: Queen’s Park front lawn (110 Wellesley St. West, Toronto)

TTC: Queen’s Park subway station

RSVP: https://ofl.ca/event/listen-up-rally/

Can’t join us in person? Join us on social media! Use the hashtag #ListenUpFord with your demand for the Ford government.

Our province is in crisis. The cost of living is skyrocketing. Emergency rooms are being forced to close. Public services are in peril. People are struggling to pay for groceries, transportation, rent and mortgages. Meanwhile, Doug Ford cut public sector workers’ wages for three years with Bill 124 despite soaring inflation. Enough is enough.

The Ford government won with only 18% of the vote. We didn’t vote for privatization and cuts to public services. The majority of Ontarians support a $20 minimum wage, 10 paid sick days, well-funded public services, affordability, better access to a union, fair bargaining, and the repeal of Bill 124.

Let’s make sure Ford’s Conservatives hear us, loud and clear!