Lilliane and Vivian worked endless hours for two separate families taking care of young children and disabled seniors. As live-in caregivers, they gave their care and love and a majority of their lives to people who became like family members to them over the years. Both were forced to leave their jobs, and heartbreakingly the family members in their care, by employers who refused to pay even the basic minimum standards. Feeling disrespected and discarded by uncaring employers, they decide to make their fight for dignity and respect a public one. Fighting for live-in caregivers across the country, isolated and tied to one employer through the Federal Live-In Caregiver program, they speak out for changes for ALL live-in caregivers. Highlighted in this video are the limits and problems with both the Live-In Caregiver Program and our provincial law that puts a cap on how much money workers can claim through the Ministry of Labour regardless of how much we are owed.