Fairness Express arrives in BC

BC leg of campaign on income inequality launches  in Victoria Saturday

After hugely successful tours in the Atlantic provinces, Ontario, and Manitoba, the National Union of Public and General Employees' Fairness Express is now rolling west making its way into British Columbia. Over the months of August and September, the big green buses will be reaching out to people about why we all need to be working together to fix the problem of income inequality.

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Saturday, August 16
1:30 - 3:00 pm
300 block of Dallas Road

Sunday, August 17
11:00 - 2:00 pm
Maffeo Sutton Park, 10 Comox Road

Monday, August 18
11:00 - 3:00 pm
Simms Park, Courtenay

Tuesday, August 19
2:00 - 5:00 pm
Spirit Square, downtown Campbell River


Families are anxious about the future and there is a sense that those in power are not acting in the public interest. The #FairnessExpress is a great opportunity to build a movement of people who are interested in protecting and promoting the core value of fairness for all Canadians.

You'll find updates from the road on the bus blog, with photos, videos and stories from what Fairness Express engagers and Champions 4 Change are seeing, what they are hearing, and who is joining us in this movement.

We will be constantly updating the page to indicate where the bus will be so FOLLOW THE BUS! If you can't make it to a bus stop near you, follow @ATNcampaign or search #FairnessExpress on Twitter to find out what is going on. Or check out our regular updates on