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OPSEU joins protest again Bill 195

Union workers in Sault Saint Marie, including OPSEU members made the pages of the Sault Star today.  They were protesting the Ontario Government’s illegal Bill 195. Health care workers from OPSEU, Unifor, CUPE, and the Ontario Council of Hospitals/CUPE began their demonstration on Wednesday outside local MPP Ross Romano’s constituency office. Bill 195 replaces the provincial……

OPSEU Coalition of Racialized Workers’ efforts showcased in Windsor Star

As part of its ongoing Labour Day coverage, the Windsor Star has profiled Elizabeth Ha, vice-chair of OPSEU’s Coalition of Racialized Workers, and what is being done by that group to fight for Black people and migrant workers’ rights. “By helping to raise awareness of injustices that Black people and migrant workers frequently experience in……

OPSEU urging LCBO to return to normal hours

In a Toronto Sun article today, OPSEU President Warren (Smokey) Thomas says there are no reasons other than corporate greed and desires of privatization for LCBO stores in the province to continue closing on Mondays. Since the pandemic began, sales are up significantly and the LCBO profit margins are higher with a six rather than……

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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.