Enough is Enough!
May 11, 2023
The Ontario Nurses’ Association is working with the Ontario Federation of Labour (OFL), unions and community members across the province as part of a campaign to tackle the cost-of-living crisis.
As Ontarians face skyrocketing inflation, wage suppression, and a crumbling public health care system, this campaign brings people together to say: Enough is Enough!
The Enough is Enough campaign has five demands:
- Real wage increases
- Keep schools and health care public
- Affordable groceries, gas, and basic goods
- Rent control and affordable housing
- Make the banks and corporations pay their fair share
June 2 - Rally at St. Joseph's Care Group in Thunder Bay
Nurses and health-care professionals will rally in Thunder Bay on June 22 to demand an end to the privatization of health care. Join us from 10:30 to 11:45 a.m. at St. Joseph's Care Group (35 Algoma St. N, Thunder Bay, ON.)
June 3 Provincial Day of Action
On June 3, ONA nurses and health-care professionals joined with unions, community members and workers across Ontario to send the message to the Ford government that ENOUGH IS ENOUGH! No to health-care privatization, yes to better staffing and wages now!