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OPSEU demands COVID-19 safety for court workers

With Ontario’s courts set to reopen today, July 6, OPSEU President Warren (Smokey) Thomas is continuing to demand that the opening of unsafe courthouses be postponed until at least Aug. 4. In the correspondence reproduced below, neither the chief justices of Ontario’s courts, nor the Ministry of the Attorney General, address the serious concerns OPSEU……

Thomas to Attorney General: Don’t download serious prosecutions

OPSEU President Warren (Smokey) Thomas wrote to Attorney General Caroline Mulroney Friday, asking her to reverse the decision of the previous government to download the prosecution of the most serious provincial offences to municipalities. Provincial prosecutors are OPSEU members who protect the public by prosecuting these offences fairly and accountably through the Ministry of the……

Police, opposition, denounce ‘dangerous’ prosecution download

Toronto – The Police Association of Ontario and both opposition parties have joined OPSEU in urging the provincial Liberals to abandon any plan to download the prosecution of the most serious non-criminal provincial offences, known as Part III offences, to municipalities. Bill 177, the Stronger, Fairer Ontario Act, passed last December, allows the province to……

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OPS - Unified Ministry Employee Relations Committees (MERC) Team Listing

MERC Information including MERC Committee Members, MERC Chairs Meeting Minutes, Action Form, Divisional Minutes, and MERC Team Disclosures.