Keeping Manitoba's Liquor Marts public means great service and selection for customers, safer communities, and reinvesting in services for Manitobans everywhere. This coalition of Manitoba organizations believes in keeping liquor public because public serves us better.
Income inequality is not inevitable. This campaign is helping to build a growing movement of people and organizations who understand what needs to be done to stop the growing gap of inequality – proposing solutions and working with allies to find exciting ways to strengthen the union movement for a fairer country, a country where people are treated as valuable resources not a cheap, disposable workforce.
Support a $15 Minimum Wage is a community campaign of the Manitoba Federation of Labour. No one
should work full-time and still live in poverty. The COVID-19 pandemic has
shown that we all rely on workers who earn a minimum wage that is too low to
pay the bills, even with full-time work. From grocery stores to cleaning
services and food delivery, thousands of Manitoba workers are being undervalued
because we allow them to be paid poverty wages. Send a message to Manitoba’s
Premier that you support a living wage for all Manitobans.