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Olga De Cruz

We have always been there protecting people, we have always been on the frontline against illness

Janitor, Toronto
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Grace Williams

Of course we have always been essential workers. We help keep the city clean. Thousands of people use the subway, if we didn’t clean it would be a mess.

Janitor, Toronto
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Slim Gedeon

People say that we are important but do they really treat us that way? We should be getting higher pay

Janitor, Ottawa
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Roselyn Cabunilas

We are frontline and put at that level of risk everyday as we clean after vulnerable people who are at the highest risk of contracting the virus

Janitor, Toronto
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Carlos Toledo

One is following the recommendations of the government but feels economically stressed. There is not enough help and it feels unjust

Janitor, Toronto
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Vilma Lopez

We should be given some recognition for taking this risk by at least increasing our wages

Janitor, Burnaby
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Cherish Lazo

If we are not there, who is going to help the residents? Who is going to sanitize and disinfect everything?

Janitor & Resident Care Assistant, Vancouver
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Stanley Maranion

The government should give us more protections such as completely freezing the rent of our houses. With this crisis, if we are laid off, how are we going to pay our rent?

Janitor, Vancouver
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Maria Aviles

I think we are putting ourselves at risk cleaning public areas. They should respect us more

Janitor, Toronto
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Regilyn Malaguit

You’re nobody, you can get sick and be nothing. I’m still a wife, still a mother, still a daughter. With all that’s going on there’s still no respect.

Hotel Worker, Toronto
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