Author: Allan Fisher


Join a Tim Hortons action near you, Wednesday, January 10. Read below for more details! When Ontario’s minimum wage increased to $14, Tim Hortons immediately began to eliminate workers’ paid breaks, reduce access to basic drug and dental benefits, eliminate uniform and drink allowances, and even cut employees’ hours of work. This is outrageous coming from a wildly profitable multinational corporat...

Karaoke and Fund Raiser for Little Cruz!

Do you sing at work? In the shower? How about the Car? Want to share your talents (or lack thereof) with your fellow workers? Well we have just the event for you AND its for a great cause!! This fundraiser is for two fellow Cami workers little boy Cruz. 2 year old Cruz who was born with spastic diplegia cerebral palsy which means his brain is damaged in the area that would control motor movement m...


The ORLC has set up an email tip line for all workers. Do you feel your employer is treating you unfairly or illegally because of the recent changes to the employment standards act? Alternatively, Do you work for an awesome employer? The ORLC would like to start a page on it’s website to promote businesses that deserve recognition. Click here for information.

2018 Retiree meetings and United Way

Here we go again. Welcome to a new year. The meeting dates for 2018 are as follows… January 10, February 14, March 14, April 11, May 9, June 13 (BBQ), August 8, September 12, October 10, and November 14 (Christmas lunch). All meetings are scheduled to start at 10:00 am, so I ask that you try to be on time. At the meeting on January 10, we shall have the Local 88 members campaigning  for the ...

Missing and Murdered Indigenous Peoples London Vigil

Please be advised a Vigil for the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Peoples will be held in London on Saturday, January 20th, 2018 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on the corner of Central Avenue and Richmond Street, downtown London. Please encourage as many as possible to come out and participate. London Vigil 2018

Add your voice for fairness- Personal emergency leave for auto workers

For the first time in Ontario’s history, everyone will have the right to 10 days of emergency leave — except auto workers. The regulations went into effect on Jan. 1 as part of the Fair Workplaces Better Jobs Act, which includes exemptions for auto workers after the automotive industry lobbied the Provincial government. GM, Ford, FCA, Honda, Toyota and others cited the need to keep the indus...

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