Solidarity Lunch with CUPE 2073 On Strike!

Hosted by Ottawa CUPE District Council

Workers at the Canadian Hearing Society have been on strike across Ontario since March 6th. These workers provide vital services to the Deaf, Deafened, Orally Deaf and Hard of Hearing community. Ninety per cent of the strikers are women, and 40% of the membership come from the deaf and hard of hearing community themselves. They have been without a contract for 4 years and are facing cuts to their sick leave and continued wage freezes.

Our solidarity is crucial to show the workers – and CHS management – that the strikers have broad support in the labour community. Let’s help striking 2073 members win a fair deal!

Join us for an Ottawa-wide CUPE show of lunch-hour solidarity:

When: Thursday March 23rd, noon-1pm
Where: The Canadian Hearing Society, 2197 Riverside Drive

CUPE District Council will be providing food for the strikers. Contact us if you are able to attend and bring members out:

For more information on the CUPE 2073 strike, visit their Facebook page or website. See the attached flyer for more details on the issues.