If the feds cut refugee health care, what will happen to Alejandro?
A summer election: Will we, or won’t we?
Study finds “wealthy patients went to hospitals chiefly for surgery and outpatient procedures. Poor patients used them for basic medical care, mental health services, chronic care, emergencies and end-of-life care.”
Why hiring people with disabilities makes good business sense
Vancouver Sun reports Harper may require First Nations youth to get job training before they qualify for welfare
Ontario Human Rights Code amended to include gender identity and gender expression – rights of transgendered people affirmed and protected
Mother’s Day Wish: Ontario Campaign 2000, Family Service Toronto and ISAC invite mothers across the province struggling on low incomes to send in a Mother’s Day wish – something the provincial government could do that would make your life and the lives of your children better
Freedom 90 campaign demands urgent action by the Government of Ontario to end poverty and make food banks and emergency meal programs unnecessary
It’s Hunger Awareness Week – see what the OAFB is doing
Victory! Hard work by Workers Action Centre pays off – Employment Standards funding not cut in the budget!
Sid Ryan’s speech at the April 21 Day of Action
Ontario Network of Injured Workers Groups on Elizabeth Witmer’s appointment as head of WSIB
Ontario Budget 2012
Horwath and McGuinty agree on a budget plan
Sheila Block at Wellesley reminds us: “While we acknowledge this progress, we must not lose sight of the overall impact of this budget. There will be a real, per capita decrease in program spending. Ontarians will lose services.”
Martin Regg Cohn says it was McGuinty that put OW on the table