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Pay Equity Now: 30 years and still waiting

Pay equity was made law in the late 1980s, and yet, to this day, it is still not a reality for thousands of workers in Ontario. Join us in telling the Premier to start enforcing and funding pay equity law now!


April 10, 2018
On average, women must work 15.5 months to make what a man does in 12 months.


Timmins – Some 170 workers with the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Cochrane-Timiskaming will receive pay equity adjustments – 23 years after a pay equity plan was first negotiated in 199
OPSEU and Public Health Ontario (PHO) have continued to meet to review the pay equity plan put forward by the employer.
Newmarket- The Ontario Public Service Employees Union (OPSEU) has claimed one more victory in the fight for pay equity with the latest settlement at Community Living Newmarket/Aurora, OPSEU Local 3


30 Years and still waiting: An OPSEU developmental services plan to achieve proxy pay equity
February 6, 2017 Mr. Tim Price Little, Inglis, Price and Ewer LLP 148 Wortley Road London, ON   N6C 3P5

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Please find below the petition asking Premier Wynne to step up and start funding and enforcing pay equity.

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Ontario Equal Pay Coalition