... do pretty damn good...
The welfare recipients in the room – outnumbered approximately 10 to 1 by representatives of social agencies, legal aid clinics, homeless shelters and charities – accused their service providers of stealing their voices.*
They lashed out at the public servants who claim to be on their side. "My caseworker (who belongs to CUPE 79, the union representing Toronto's inside workers) gets $33 an hour," said Theresa Shrader.
"Imagine picketing your office for 18 days of paid sick benefits. And you want to restructure Ontario Works? Come on, please."