“We were there for patients in the pandemic,” say Hamilton and Niagara hospital workers rallying Thursday against wage cuts and concessions

More than 8,000 front-line staff working at Hamilton and Niagara area hospitals are speaking out about their dissatisfaction with how their hospital employers and Doug Ford’s provincial government are treating them. Rally actions are planned this Thursday, July 22 at hospitals in Hamilton, and St. Catharines.

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“Don’t cut our wages”, female dominated hospital workforce tell Ontario Premier as contract talks for 70,000 of them begin next week

With commitment, skill and much personal sacrifice Ontario’s hospital workers have delivered for patients, province-wide throughout a crushing and long COVID 19 pandemic. Now 70,000 registered practical nurses, personal support workers, ward clerks, cleaners and other front-line hospital staff who are members of the Canadian Union of Public Employees – Ontario Council of Hospital Unions (OCHU/CUPE) and SEIU Healthcare begin central negotiations on June 21.

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