3:00 – 5:00 pm
April 21, 2012
Queen’s Park, Toronto
Premier McGuinty put banker Don Drummond in charge of recommending nearly 400 cuts to jobs and public services in Ontario. At a time when Ontarians are in desperate need of economic recovery, these cuts will jeopardize every aspect of society: from health care to full-day kindergarten to pensions. No public service is safe. However, in McGuinty’s reckless plan to balance Ontario’s books by putting more people out of work and destroying the social safety net, he refuses to roll-back corporate tax cuts that are starving the province of billions of dollars that could be better used to create new jobs and help tens of thousands of struggling Ontario families to get back on their feet.
Ontarians from all sectors of society must come together to tell Premier McGuinty that he cannot cut his way to economic prosperity. Ontarians need a job creation strategy and it is time that banks and corporations began paying their fair share.
The Ontario Federation of Labour (OFL) is working with community groups and organizations across Ontario to call on workers, retirees, students and community members to join a mass rally at Queen’s Park from 3:00 to 5:00 pm on April 21 to demand prosperity, not austerity!
Help to mobilize your members, your families and your communities to stop the cuts and put Ontario on the road to economic recovery.
Our collective future depends on it.
Register Your Buses:
Carrol Anne Sceviour: 416-443-7670 email@example.com
For More Information:
Laurie Hardwick: 416-571-3087 firstname.lastname@example.org
Promote the Rally Online:
Twitter Hashtag: #A21NoCuts
Take Action Today:
Help to mobilize thousands of workers, retirees, students and community members to join the Ontario Day of Action in Toronto to stop the cuts to decent jobs and public services and to demand an economic recovery for everyone, not just the one percent.
Unions and Organizations Can:
• Invite friends on Facebook:http://on.fb.me/A21NoCuts
• Pass an emergency motion to support the Day of Action
• Appoint an organizer to coordinate your members
• Outreach to community and local Occupy activists
• Bring signs, banners and union flags to show support
• Secure funding for buses from your co