What’s Next for Oshawa and Auto? Oct 28th public meeting

Join Blue Green Canada for dinner and discussion.

To be more prepared for disruptive changes – like the plant closure in Oshawa – an engaged movement of communities, workers, and other allies is required.

Working together – and bringing along employers and governments – this movement can help those who are vulnerable and address inequities while collectively planning for a future that leaves no one behind.  

Bring your ideas and questions and let’s talk about a better deal for Oshawa

What’s next for Oshawa?

… for good jobs in Durham?

… for the auto sector and electric cars and trucks in Canada?

… for a just transition for workers and communities

Presenters include:

Heather McMillan, Durham Workforce Authority (DWA), Ben Sharpe, International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT), Carolyn Kim, Pembina Institute, Jamie Kirkpatrick, Blue Green Canada, Ken Bondy, Unifor, and you!

Join us for this public meeting on Monday, October 28, 2019

Doors at 6:30 | Dinner, Presentations and Discussion 7:00 – 8:30

Unifor Local 222 – Union Hall
1425 Phillip Murray Ave., Oshawa, Ontario, L1J 8L4 (Map)


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