On October 3-5, the Good Jobs Summit will be held in Toronto. It is a national dialogue between workers, students, governments, employers and community organizations, with the goal of finding solutions and new approaches to jobs and the economy. The Green Gap’s Cheryl Teelucksingh will be speaking on the Green Jobs workshop panel on the afternoon of October 4.
The Summit will feature a number of high profile speakers, workshops and panel discussions, exploring issues such as:
How can we turn low income, precarious jobs into good jobs?
Where will the new good jobs come from?
How can young workers and students succeed in Canada’s difficult labour market?
The Good Jobs Summit is hosted by a variety of partners, including Unifor, The Canadian Federation of Students, the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, the Centre for Labour Management Relations, and Ryerson’s CAW-Sam Gindin Chair in Social Justice and Democracy. Admission is free.
We hope to see you there!
For more information, visit the Good Jobs Summit website at: http://www.goodjobssummit.ca/