Take the Social Mapping Census now!

Take the Social Mapping Census now!

The Social Mapping Project is a ground-breaking demographic survey of OPSEU’s membership that was launched in 2010.

It’s allowed OPSEU to identify gaps and barriers and has helped the union ensure its services meet the needs of all our members.

The second leg of the survey will help OPSEU to set new priorities, programs and policies centred on promoting greater diversity.

Diversity is our strength and greater inclusion allow OPSEU to build stronger community partnerships to take on the Ford government’s agenda.

Your full participation in the survey will place OPSEU on the map as a leader in human rights and the results will be presented to Convention 2020 with recommendations for action.

Go to opseu.org/census and fill it out now!

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Custodians: Keeping schools clean and safe for students

Custodians from OPSEU/SEFPO Sector 3 (education workers) keep schools clean and inspect playground equipment to…

Maintenance workers: Keeping our schools in good repair

Maintenance workers from OPSEU/SEFPO Sector 3 (education workers) keep the lights on and all systems…

ABA Workers: Helping students learn in an integrated classroom

Applied Behavioural Analysis Workers educate and support autistic students, as they learn in an integrated…

Child and Youth Workers: Ensuring all students have a voice

Child and Youth Workers – the behavioural specialists – give students the tools they need to…
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Sector 3’s interpreters and intervenors: helping to make connections

Not all students communicate the same way. To ensure the right message gets passed the…
School IT worker

Information technologists: leading the way forward

Sector 3’s IT members make available the latest technology to give students the best, most…
Ride-along EA greets student at school bus

Ride-along EAs: ensuring students get where they’re going – every time

Ride-along educational assistants are the onboard angels who watch over kids with care needs or…

Office and clerical staff: the glue that holds our schools together

Ever wondered what the people behind the school office counter are doing? This revealing video…

Lunch monitors: watching out for students' safety

Students need to be protected whenever they’re at school – and that includes lunch. Our…

ESL/LINC/Citizenship instructors: helping New Canadians integrate into their community

Many ESL (English as a second language), LINC (Language instruction for newcomers to Canada) and…

Early childhood educators – giving kids a great start!

Watch as designated early childhood educators (DECEs) help give kids a positive and inclusive education…

Educational assistants – supporting kids in so many ways!

Wondering what educational assistants do? Watch and discover the many ways they support kids, respond…
International Day of Persons with Disabilities

International Day of Persons with Disabilities 2021: OPSEU/SEFPO Staff Celebration

On December 2, 2021, OPSEU/SEFPO staff held their first virtual celebration for the International Day…
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OPSEU/SEFPO Women’s Conference 2021: “I am more than”

The OPSEU/SEFPO Provincial Women’s Committee held its first-ever virtual Women’s Conference on October 18 &…
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World Mental Health Day 2021: OPSEU/SEFPO Staff Event

On October 7, 2021 OPSEU/SEFPO staff recognized World Mental Health Day (October 10) by coming…
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National Day for Truth and Reconciliation 2021

On Monday, September 27, 2021, OPSEU/SEFPO staff attended a mandatory one-hour educational session on truth…