Child Care Appreciation Day 2007, Pay Equity Press Coverage

Oct 25, 2007

The focus on CCWAD this year is the continuing fight for pay equity. Our Queen's Park Press Conference focused on the important issue of improving wages for child care staff by ending discrimination in pay.

Pay equity issue still simmers
Toronto Star, Canada - October 24 2007
The provincial government must acknowledge the importance of so-called "women's work" by investing half a billion dollars into pay equity so female workers ...

Female workers say pay equity is a struggle
CTV.ca, Canada - October 24, 2007
TORONTO — Ontario's child-care workers say the provincial government is acting like a deadbeat by not helping to end pay inequity and letting so-called ...

Child-care workers say Ont. government not doing enough to end pay ...
Canada East, Canada - October 25 2007
TORONTO - The provincial government is acting like a deadbeat by failing to ensure that workers are paid fairly for so-called "women's work," several groups ...

Pay equity not a reality in Ontario, says group
CBC Toronto, Canada - October 24, 2007
Advocates for women's rights say the provincial government is failing women on the pay equity front. January will mark the 20th anniversary of the ...

Celebrating child care workers and early childhood educators
National Union of Public and General Employees, Canada - October 23, 2007
Oct. 24 marks the seventh annual day of appreciation for child care workers and early childhood educators Ottawa (23 Oct. 2007) – The National Union of ...

Among the working poor, child care workers tell McGuinty ...
CNW Telbec (Communiqués de presse), Canada - October 24 2007
TORONTO, Oct. 24 /CNW Telbec/ - If the Ontario Liberal government is serious about a poverty reduction strategy, meeting legislated pay equity obligations ...

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