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posted by Robert DeVet in on févr. 5, 2015 - View profile


Living Wage Town Hall

- 8:00pm
Jeudi Février 12 2015

Venue: George Dixon Centre
Address: 2502 Brunswick St

Right now, too many low- wage workers in Nova Scotia are living in poverty. A living wage is the rate of pay required for workers to afford a decent quality of life. ACORN is part of a coalition with the Canadidan Federation of Students, the Halifax-Dartmouth District Labor Council, and Solidarity Halifax to fight for a $15 living wage in Nova Scotia. 

Come hear from workers themselves about why Nova Scotia needs a raise!


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