Ontario Election: October 6, 2011

August 30, 2011


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On October 6, the people of Ontario will go to the polls to choose their next provincial government.

This decision is crucial. Ontarians will be making a choice that could set our province on a starkly different economic and social path for years, even decades, to come.

Workers have a lot on the line with this election, particularly if Tim Hudak's Conservatives form the next government. This could usher in an era similar to what the province experienced during the Mike Harris years of the late 1990s and early 2000. Think major cuts to education and health care, diminishing workers' rights, rapidly growing poverty, an end to rent control, slashing welfare rates and poison water.

Let's not go back there!

We want to make improvements with the next government, not go backward.

The time to get engaged and get involved is now. 

Watch CAW President Ken Lewenza's speech about why this election is important!

Take a closer look at Conservative leader Tim Hudak's plan for Ontario in this presentation.

There are a number of CAW-sponsored pre-election meetings going on across the province. Be sure to check out one in your area:

Check out photos from pre-election meetings!

Here you'll find all the information you'll need to make a knowledgeable decision at the polls and get involved.  You can also sign up for CAW Connected or follow us on Twitter.