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Apr 2, 2020 - Passage live with Angella MacEwen

When: Thursday April 2nd, 4pm

Join Angella MacEwen, Senior Economist at CUPE National, for a discussion of the Federal government's economic response to the COVID-19 pandemic. In particular, we will focus on the Emergency Response Benefit and how it will impact Canadians.

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Apr 2, 2020 - Indigenous Self-Determination and COVID-19

When: Thursday April 2nd, 2 - 3pm
Where: Online Teach-In

Hosted by FridayForFuture's youth activists, this webinar will discuss how the COVID-19 pandemic and the climate crisis disproportionately impact indigenous communities.

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Mar 29, 2020 - COVID-19 and the Future of Public Transit

When: Sunday March 29th, 1pm

Whether we are frontline workers or relying on transit to get our groceries, we need public transit to keep us moving. But with ridership falling, some transit agencies are cutting back on service because they depend on fares for operating funding.

Join us for an online panel about what public transit agencies should be doing to keep riders and workers safe during COVID-19, and how a public transit bailout can contribute to the climate action and public services we need.

Register through Indigenous sovereignty, ecosocialism and social change

When: Friday, March 27, 7 - 9 pm

Webinar. Spring Reading Group. Join us to discuss some articles and their relation to our political action. All welcome.

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Mar 26, 2020 - Webinar on workers' rights during COVID-19

When: Thursday March 26th, 7pm

How do you access Employment Insurance if you lost your job because of COVID-19? What can you do if your boss asks you to work in conditions that put your health at risk? What income supports can you get if you had to self-isolate?

To find out, join this free online workshop the Fight for $15 & Fairness Campaign is co-hosting with the Workers' Action Centre at 7:00 PM on Thursday. The webinar is open to all workers, regardless of your employment or immigration status.

Please register by filling the form to receive the link to the webinar.

If you have a question in the meantime you can call the confidential workers' rights hotline of Workers' Action Centre: (416) 531-0778.

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