BC’s Unequal Women

March 9, 2021

They’ve cleaned rooms, cooked meals, and served tourists across BC for decades. But now they’re being treated like they’re disposable.

Hotels are refusing to recall their long-term workers when the industry recovers. Instead, mass firings are being used to strip away gains made by women who are the backbone of this industry and set them back to an earlier era.

Will you support the province’s 50,000 laid-off and fired hotel workers and pledge your solidarity with BC’s unequal women today?

Learn more about UNITE HERE! Local 40’s Unequal Women campaign and take action HERE

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