This is a march to support public services, communities, and marginalized groups of people across Ontario. People across Ontario — young people, old people, academics, activists, workers, artists, healthcare professionals, teachers, parents, and everyday people from all over the province will come together to call for robust public services and to call for equity in public policy decisions.
This is a march to call for proportional representation — that it is unacceptable for a party who won 41 per cent of the popular vote to win 61 per cent of the seats, while a party who won 5 per cent of the popular vote only won 0.8 per cent of the seats.
This is a march to advocate for education.
To advocate for expanding healthcare, not cutting it.
To advocate for child care.
To advocate for families.
To advocate for seniors.
To advocate for strengthening our developing communities with vibrant programming, not cutting their funding.
To advocate for marginalized groups across the province.
To advocate for the environment.
To advocate for workers.
To advocate for people of all abilities, and the programs to empower them.
To advocate for the rights of Indigenous peoples.
To advocate for common sense and progress.