Injured workers are rising up. Refusing to be held down by the cutting edge of austerity, the injured worker movement is building power, gaining momentum, and demanding transformative change. We are taking back our compensation system.
Between the province-wide Workers’ Comp is a Right campaign and the Real Healthcare campaign, we have organized across Ontario to force the Liberal government to respond to our demands. With Injured Workers Day coming just a few days before the provincial election, we have one more opportunity to show our collective strength and put all the Parties on notice.
No matter who is elected on June 7th, injured workers will be there, standing up for our rights, and calling for dignity and respect.
So join us on June 1st, as we take to the streets and say:
Workers’ comp is a right!
We will not give up the fight!
Organized by the Ontario Network of Injured Workers’ Groups ONIWG) injuredworkersonline.org
Accessibility options will be available so that those with mobility difficulties will be able to join the march.
Please also join us for other Injured Workers’ Day events:
May 31, 7pm - 9pm, Queen’s Park
Overnight Vigil led by the Women of Inspiration Injured Worker Group
Cultural showcase to celebrate the resilience of injured workers. Join us for an evening of music, poetry, storytelling, and satire. The 11th annual overnight vigil will follow the cultural event, to remind MPPs that injured workers cannot sleep at night due to pain and poverty, so how can our politicians?
June 1, 2pm - 4pm, OCAD U Auditorium - 100 McCaul Street, Room 190
Candidates Town Hall Meeting
We are inviting representatives from the Liberals, NDP, PCs, and Green, to a town hall meeting to answer our questions, and to tell us what they will commit to doing for injured workers
Canada Day Prize Pack
June 15, 2020
The Social Committee has a Canada Day prize pack up for grabs (including fireworks, glow sticks and other fun things for Canada Day)