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Social movements march against budget cuts!

For too long, austerity has been the guiding principle of our economic strategy, promising fiscal responsibility while delivering hardship for those least able to bear it. Cuts to essential services, stagnant wages, and a widening wealth gap have become all too familiar.

On Budget Day, the streets were filled with a sea of banners, placards, and determined faces. This wasn’t just a march; it was a collective roar of discontent, a poignant reminder that behind the numbers and statistics of budget proposals, there are real lives at stake. The diverse tapestry of our society was on full display as people from all walks of life came together for a common cause.

At the forefront of the march were community organizations, the unsung heroes of our neighbourhoods. They are the ones who see firsthand the effects of austerity on the most vulnerable among us. From food banks struggling to meet the demand to youth centres facing closure, these organizations provide a vital safety net that is being stretched to its limit.

Marching shoulder to shoulder with community groups were the trade unions, representing the backbone of our workforce. They have been fierce advocates for fair wages, safe working conditions, and the protection of workers’ rights. Yet, they too have felt the squeeze of austerity, with public sector jobs slashed and privatization creeping into essential services. 

Amidst the sea of banners, activist groups added their voices to the chorus of discontent. Their tireless advocacy has shed light on issues that too often go unnoticed. Whether it’s environmental justice, racial equality, or affordable housing, these groups refuse to let austerity erode the progress they have fought so hard to achieve. 

As we march, we do not just protest; we also envision a different future. One where budget decisions prioritize the well-being of all citizens, not just the bottom line. One where essential services are not seen as burdensome costs but as investments in our collective prosperity.

We are not merely protesting against austerity; we are standing up for a vision of a society where everyone has the opportunity to thrive. The road ahead may be challenging, but with community organizations, trade unions, and activist groups leading the way, we march with hope in our hearts and determination in our steps. Together, united, we stand against austerity.

In the face of austerity’s grip, the unity of these diverse groups sends a powerful message: we are stronger together, and our voices will not be silenced. Read our joint statement here.

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