ONTARIO, Ont. – There won’t be any fundamental parades on Labour Day this year, but unions “will be picketing and demonstrating” nevertheless — along component maintaining virtual times to mark the holiday.
With the COVID-19 pandemic hanging a halt to mass gatherings, John Cartwright of the Toronto and York Region Labour Council says they made the “difficult” resolution to cancel this year’s festivities.
Cartwright says they have get a draw close of other measures to substantiate that workers’ rights are celebrated, with a virtual parade that may per chance additionally just air on YouTube and Fb.
Meanwhile, Unifor nationwide president Jerry Dias says plenty of his individuals may perchance rather neatly be picketing in make stronger of grocery retailer neighborhood in Newfoundland.
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About 14-hundred members of Unifor Native 597, who work for 11 Loblaw-owned department stores in Newfoundland, are on strike hard higher wages and permanent jobs.
Dias says the holiday smoothly is by no ability constantly only an afternoon of unity then again a debate on very most important workers’ rights and how they’re treated in Canada.
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