Local police, not Premier, greeted OPSEU members at Ottawa rally
Ottawa municipal police greeted Ontario Public Service Employees Union (OPSEU) members at a rally held outside the Ottawa Convention Center on Thursday, December 1. Members hung two 30-foot, "Resist Austerity" banners, with chains, over the McKenzie King Bridge overlooking the entrance to the venue. More…
Countdown to Cuts (November 15, 2011)
Two days in advance of further layoffs in the OPS, members and supporters rallied in front of a downtown hotel where Premier Dalton McGuinty was talking to business leaders about his plan for deep spending cuts. More..
OPS Fightback Meeting: June 17-18
175 OPSEU leaders at a meeting on June 17-18 made signs explaining what they do for the people of Ontario. They selected from 8 signs: I protect, I keep, I make sure, I fund, I support, I help, I safeguard, I provide.
OPSEU members hold "Pink Slip" Day activities across the province
July 14, 2011 Ontario Public Service workers wore pink, displayed Cuts Hurt Us All stickers and leafleted around government buildings to show their opposition to the biggest wave of layoffs since the Mike Harris era