Jesse Wente is a key-note speaker at OPSEU’s Human Rights Conference and will be speaking to conference delegates on December 1, 2018 about how we can engage in the fight-back in today’s climate of racism, bigotry and hate.
Provincial Francophone Committee [PFC]
The Provincial Human Rights Committee will be screening the film, Migrant Dreams, at OPSEU Human Rights Conference on December 1 at 7 p.m. at the Chelsea Hotel.
Black OPSEU members (African descent or origin, African Black Caribbean, African-Canadian, Canadians of African descent) are contributing to all areas of union activities and trade unionism adding their talents and assets to make OPSEU stronger, more vibrant and more successful.
The OPSEU Equity Chairs and members of the Executive Board gathered for the annual Joint Leadership Day on September 25, 2018. It was a day of strategic planning focused on organizing and mobilizing equity groups to resist the Ford government’s threats to workers.
OPSEU’s Provincial Francophone Committee (PFC) successfully hosted the union’s second biennial Francophone Conference June 9-11, 2017. The event, “Our Language, Our Pride, Our Solidarity,” took place at the historic Lord Elgin Hotel in Ottawa, the ancestral, traditional and unceded territory of
From left to right: JL Roy (OPSEU Executive Board Liaison), Richard Belleau (Region 7), Nathalie Gareau Miskiw (Region 2), Hervé Cavanagh (Region 4), Elsa Linton (Region 3), Fridmar Facunda (OPSEU Staff)
Seated (L to R): Connie Collins (Region 1), Dan Brisson (Region 6)
- Provincial Francophone Committee [PFC]Secretary/Treasurer
- Member, Region 2
- Provincial Francophone Committee [PFC]Member, Region 3
- Provincial Francophone Committee [PFC]Chair, Region 6
- Member, Region 6