Osgoode workers win $15

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By March 2018, every person working at Osgoode Hall Law School will be making $15 an hour or more. That makes Osgoode the first major post-secondary academic unit in Ontario to bring its employment practices in line with the demands of the Fight for $15 and Fairness campaign (FF15).

Most workers at Osgoode have long made more than $15 an hour. The two glaring exceptions were Juris Doctor student research assistants, and food service workers employed by the subcontractor Aramark Canada Ltd.