The union’s actions—insisting on fair, equitable and living wages for postal workers in Canada—are part of a larger labour movement in Canada.
Public criticism directed at the union for its insistence on maintaining a living wage for its workers, she said, is an unfortunate reflection of a society whose expectations as a workforce are too low.
“No-one should live paycheck-to-paycheck. What’s wrong with making a living wage coming out of high school or university?” she said.
Sincerely, the Working Class : Postal workers supported across Canada | The Dominion
why is it revolutionary/radical to think people shouldn’t be living from paycheque to paycheque?
wondershh replied to your post: COME HANG OUT WITH ME.
Whatever, the two of you should come to Montreal and visit.
Whatever YOU. You’re coming here still, yes? (I don’t know if you got my message(?)).
EVERYBODY COME TO EDMONTON. TUMBLR PARTY FOREVER.
OKAY THEN. When I have money, I’m just gonna do some kind of Canadian tour. I MEAN, MY HOME COUNTRY.
UM YES. Canadian tour would require at least a pit stop in QUÉBEC CITY which is like a stone’s throw from the gay utopia that is MONTREAL.
(Source: yuhs, via rrruining)