On the eve of a trial in which the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) is charged with operating an unsafe workplace, the world-renowned institution must redouble its efforts to guarantee a...
Events
TORONTO – Services for hard to serve individuals with developmental disabilities in the Central West Region of Ontario could be disrupted as bargaining at Central West Specialized Developmental...
2015 Bargaining News
Rainbow Alliance
OPSEU’s Rainbow Alliance arc-en-ciel (the Alliance) is looking for new members!  The caucus provides representation and support to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, transsexual, intersex, asexual...
Committee Information, General Equity Information
OPSEU Corrections Chair Monte Vieselmeyer approves of plans to open a new $8.5 million facility intended to ease strains on the troubled Elgin-Middlesex Detention Centre. Read more Related: OPSEU in...
OPSEU in the News
OPS Table Talk 2015 Issue
Your central/unified team and your corrections team both continue to move through essential services negotiations and both continue to experience Employer roadblocks on disclosure and reasonable EESA...
Division/Sector Newsletters, 2014 Bargaining News, 2014 Bargaining Bulletins, 2014 Bargaining Information
[TORONTO] – The Minister of Community and Social Services continues to dodge responsibility for the failed roll-out of the deeply flawed Social Assistance Management System (SAMS), president of the...
SAMS
TORONTO – Ontarians who oppose the privatization of Hydro One outnumber supporters of the idea by a three-to-one margin, a new public opinion poll says. The poll of 1,000 Ontario residents by...
2015 Budget, Campaigns > Fighting Privatization, Solidarity > General
NIAGARA -- CarePartners may be crying poor to their striking staff in Niagara and Norfolk County, but BlackBerry is happy to tell the world of the home care company’s latest technological purchase....
2015 Bargaining News
Higher electricity costs. Lost revenues. Lost control. Foreign ownership. The more Ontarians know about Premier Kathleen Wynne’s plan to sell off a majority share of our electricity transmission...
Political Action > General Information, Campaigns > Fighting Privatization, Solidarity > General
On the eve of Canada’s National Day of Mourning for workers killed or injured on the job, governments must redouble their efforts to ensure greater safety in workplaces, the leadership of the Ontario...
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