The work of interpreters, literacy instructors, audiologists, and speech language pathologists is vital to people who are Deaf and hard of hearing and all those that access the services of the Canadian Hearing Society.
When families rallied at Queen’s Park to save Provincial Schools for the Deaf, Canadian Hearing Society interpreters were among those who worked tirelessly to ensure that no one went without service.
They were a key part in raising awareness on this important issue.
Each and every day, workers at the Canadian Hearing Society play a vital role to so many in Windsor and throughout Ontario.
It’s time we valued their important contributions to the people of this province.
Four years without a contract is four years too long.
It’s time to return to the bargaining table and provide workers at the Canadian Hearing Society with the respect they deserve.