OPSEU/SEFPO launches campaign to protect the public by protecting coroners

Woman wearing a blue jacked with the worker "coroner" on the back

Ontario’s roughly 300 Investigative Coroners “speak for the dead to protect the living.”

But proposed cuts and changes to coroner services could leave the families vulnerable to the opioid crisis, dangerous situations in nursing homes and hospitals, and COVID-19.  It’s even more vital that we have the very best coroners.

To support coroners – many of whom recently voted to join OPSEU/SEFPO – the union and the Ontario Coroner Association have launched an advertising campaign to warn the public.

So far, these ads have appeared in The Toronto Star and The Globe and Mail.

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