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."
why is it revolutionary/radical to think people shouldn’t be living from paycheque to paycheque?