View our calendar of upcoming conferences and events across Ontario.
Front-line workers at the Bob Rumball Associations for the Deaf in Milton could be locked out or on strike as of midnight, February 27, because of choices made by the employer and the chronic underfunding of services in the Deaf Community.
Let’s talk … CUPE Local 4763, representing the front-line workers at the Bob Rumball Associations for the Deaf in Milton is inviting the people we support, their families and community allies to a town hall meeting.
ASL translation will be provided.
ONDP Women’s Conference – February 25, 2017
All women and women-identified members of the Ontario NDP are invited to attend an important one day conference.
Women run! Making change in electoral politics
Saturday, February 25
Time: Opening starts at 9:30 a.m., conference will go until 5 p.m.
Location: OPSEU Hall, 31 Wellesley St. East Toronto, ON M4Y 1G7
Cost: $60 per ONDP member, $75 for guests/non-members and $30 for low-income. Registration fee includes lunch.
* NDP members are encouraged to contact their local provincial riding association for financial assistance with registration.
This year’s conference will focus on supporting women candidates to run and win!
Facilitators and speakers will share their experiences and lessons on how to run local election campaigns. Through plenary sessions and workshops, women will share and learn skills that are crucial in every local election campaign. Our aim is to provide tips, tools and femtors to support local organizing and build strong leadership to win in the next election.
Regardless if you want to be a candidate, run a campaign or perfect your outreach skills, this one day conference is for you!
Reminder: members attending the conference will also elect the next Ontario NDP Women’s Committee.
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Learn about the history of the Black Sleeping Car Porters, the double legacy of racism and sexism facing Black women in politics and the story of Viola Desmond and other brave anti-racist activists who refused to accept inequality. Three films will be screened recounting these struggles following by a discussion on the current struggles facing our community with the objective of developing strategies to makes our voices heard through political action. The films will be shown at the same time so choose the film that speaks to you.
Then add your voice in a community based discussion to help shape the political action work of the Coalition of Black Trade Unionists, Ontario Federation of Labour and Canadian Labour Congress. By working in solidarity with Black and racialized workers across Canada we will continue the legacy of our ancestors to challenge anti-black racism in our times.
Brought to you by the CBTU, OFL and CLC
February 27, 2017
6:00 pm – 8:30 pm
25 Cecil Street, Toronto ON M5T 1N1