Ottawa ACORN member Marie Loudres Garnier talks about working on-call
Ottawa Living Wage Campaign
Ottawa City Council has the opportunity to make the nation's capital a living wage city.
Ottawa cleaners demand better wages
Members of SEIU Local 2 and Ottawa ACORN held a Living Wage Forum: Invisible No More on Saturday June 20 at City Hall.
Des concierges demandent au gouvernement fédéral - de loin le plus important donneur d'ouvrage de la région - de changer ses politiques afin qu'ils puissent obtenir un salaire décent et quelques avantages sociaux.
Ottawa area cleaners will be joined Saturday by the anti-poverty group ACORN and the Service Employees Union Local 2, to demand the government implement a living wage policy.
SEIU and Ottawa ACORN are demanding a living wage for janitors
Janitors in Ottawa fight for a living wage
Ottawa ACORN (Ottawa Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now) members will focus this year on increase the housing allowance for social assistance recipients.
Ottawa and Gatineau ACORN members held a rally in downtown Ottawa for in their continued pursuit for a federal $15 per hour minimum wage for workers and contracted employees in the federal government.
The lowest wages in Ontario will see a small increase this year, but members of Ottawa and Gatineau ACORN are saying the federal government should be raising its own minimum wage.