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On Monday, September 2 CUPE Ontario members will take part in Labour Day events in communities across the province.
Toronto Locals marching with CUPE Ontario should meet at 9am sharp in Section 6—the West side of University North from Armoury St to Dundas St.W (where we have been in past years). Look for the pink CUPE Ontario Flags!
CUPE Ontario will be marching down University to Queen St. West and then along Queen to Dufferin where we will then march to the CNE. If you are interested in joining in the march please be at the above-mentioned location between 8:30 – 9:00 am. You must march to get a wristband to gain entry to the CNE!
Labour Day has its roots in our movement’s fight for an eight-hour work day and celebrates the many gains unions have struggled for on behalf of all workers, including health and safety regulations, parental leave, better wages, pay equity laws, and same-sex spousal benefits.
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