Fight for 15+ Justice

PETITION - Fight for $15 + Justice

To participate in the petition, please fill in the date, name and address, along with your name as a signature and click on "submit" and the cheque will be directly emailed to us.


Today, the CFSJ wants to particularly target the working poor, namely the thousands of men and women who, day after day, contribute to a part of the economy. Often, these workers receive inadequate pay and the provincial employment standards are the only thing protecting them in their workplace.

Fight for $15 + Justice. Minimum Wage Information Document. (2018). In 2016, there were 20,400 minimum-wage workers in New Brunswick, which is equivalent to 6.6% of all workers in the province. Our proposals for change ( Salary and Employment Standards.).Document.

An Economic Reality: Living  on Minimum Wage- April 2018. The Annual Net Revenue and the Annual Budget for citizens living with a minimum wage. Document.

Text from the press conference userfiles/file/News conference text.pdf

Our proposed changes to the Employment Standards (2015)

An Economic Reality: Living on Minimum Wage (2015)

Letter of endorsement 

Endorsement form 

Groups who endorse the campaign 

Why Minimum Wage must increase

Worker's Stories

 Proposals for new Minimum Standards for workers

 Video's on Sophie's Story:

Gerald' story. Video:




Contact Us

NB Common Front for Social Justice Inc.
236 St. George Street, Suite 412, Moncton, NB, E1C 1W1
Phone: (506) 855-8977