Where: IBEW Hall, 1001 Ritson Rd S. Oshawa
Join in a discussion on unexplored alternatives: how we could nationalize GM under Democratic workers’ and community control while implementing a Green New Deal for Oshawa. The Green New Deal is a plan to create millions of jobs, while taking on climate change, building stronger communities, and tackling inequalities. What could this kind of transformation look like in Oshawa?
Sponsored by Unifor 222 Political Action Committee, Durham Region Labour Council, Centre for Social Justice, Delivering Community Power, Canadian Union of Postal Workers, and Atkinson Decent Work Project.
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