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Justice for Tropicana Workers

Tropicana bills itself as a social justice organization and is majority funded by several governmental bodies, including the Province and the City of Toronto. It gladly solicits and accepts donations from conscientious individuals and social justice-oriented grassroots organizations. But this hasn’t stopped Tropicana from engaging in years of poor treatment and wage freezes, leaving workers behind as Toronto’s cost of living escalates. After a year of trying to bargain in good faith, Tropicana workers are now on strike.

Justice for Tropicana Workers

Why is Tropicana management refusing....

  1. To pay a fair wage for essential work?
  2. To treat workers fairly and with respect?
  3. To prevent a strike by returning to the table and bargaining in good faith?

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In The News

Workers end 7-week strike, winning modest improvements and setting the groundwork for further workplace struggles , 23 Dec 2020

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Workers end 7-week strike, winning modest improvements and setting the groundwork for further workplace struggles

SEIU Local 2 Commences Investigation into Violent Attack of Picketer and Calls Tropicana Management Back to the Table , 21 Dec 2020

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SEIU Local 2 Commences Investigation into Violent Attack of Picketer and Calls Tropicana Management Back to the Table

SEIU Local 2 calls on Tropicana Management to end Strike after Worker Violently Assaulted on the Picket Line , 19 Dec 2020

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SEIU Local 2 calls on Tropicana Management to end Strike after Worker Violently Assaulted on the Picket Line