Steel City Solidarity

Precarious workers of the world unite, you have nothing to lose but your chain-stores!


Dropping a line

Hello!

We just wanted to drop a line to let you know we’re still here, holding drop-in hours at The Tower and looking for more cases. As always, folks are more than welcome to come to any of our meetings to see what we’re up to or lend your thoughts.
Our next regular meeting is this coming Tuesday September 16th at 7pm at The Tower(281 Cannon St E).  We meet at the same time, same place every other Tuesday.
We’ll be having a table at Take Back the Night on Thursday Sept 18th if any women-identified folks want to stop by and say hi (City Hall @6pm)!  We’re also in the process of developing new outreach material, so hopefully we’ll be asking for folks to help put stuff up soon!
Finally, if you or anyone you know has an issue they’d like to bring to us, you can email us atworkersunited.cupe3906@gmail.com, or call at 289.698.6652.  Our drop-in hours are Tuesdays from 5-7pm and Sundays from 1-3pm.
Thanks for all your support!


SteelCity Solidarity’s New Drop In Hours!

New Drop-in Hours at The Tower: Tuesdays from 5-7pm and Sundays from 1-3pm

If you or someone you know has dealt with and/or is currently dealing with wage theft, you can contact us:

by phone at 289-698-6652
by email at workersunited.cupe3906@gmail.com

and now also at the  Tower (281 Cannon St) during our regular office hours!

Stop by to speak face-to-face with SCS organizers to discuss next steps. We’re also happy to chat with you if you simply want to learn more about the organization.

If you are coming by to discuss a potential case, try to bring along as much information about the case as possible. But don’t be shy if your information is limited. All drop-in’s are appreciated!

In soli, the SCS organizers.


Upcoming Meeting Information

Whether you wish to get reacquainted with Steel City Solidarity, or are thinking of joining anew come out to our bi-weekly meeting this coming Tuesday. 

Where: The Tower, 281 Cannon St. E (near Victoria Ave.): http://goo.gl/maps/DluxH

When: Tuesday, June 17 at 7 p.m.