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Sep 14

September 14, 2012

WWAC Receives Charity Status

After months of hard work, WACC has officially become a registered charity.  As such, all future donations will be tax deductible.  For more information, please contact us at info@wwac.ca

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Feb 9

February 9, 2012

Stop the $6 million cut to Employment Standards enforcement. Stop wage theft.

Despite the fact that workplace violations are at a crisis, the government wants to cut $6 million out of Employment Standards enforcement.   Since we launched our action alert about the cuts to Employment Standards enforcement last week, emails have been streaming in to Premier Dalton McGuinty urging him to stop the cuts.  If you have not yet sent an email, please do so today and forward this information to your networks! EMAIL Dalton McGuinty to ask him to keep his…

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Jan 20

January 20, 2011

Uncertain Times : Precarious Employment and Young Workers

Panelists will critically address different aspects of the employment situation for current and graduating University students, focusing on the challenges associated with precarious employment, on Monday, February 7th, 2011 (3-5PM) in the Oak Room, at Vanier Hall, University of Windsor. Panelists Mr. Zachary Gerard, History Student, University of Windsor Dr. Wayne Lewchuk, Professor of Economics and Labour Studies, McMaster University– Precarious Employment: The Future of Work? Dr. Kendra Coulter, Professor of Sociology and Anthropology, University of Windsor— Good Jobs for…

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Jan 11

January 11, 2011

WWAC Presentation – Reducing Your Energy Bill Through Alternative Energy

Just a reminder that the Centre for Popular Education Windsor’s first discussion series kicks off tomorrow: Windsor Workers’ Action Centre 328 Pellisier January 12th, Doug Hayes:  Reducing Your Energy Bill Through Alternative Energy Hope to see you there.

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