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College Support Part-time

Following the largest union organizing drive in Canadian history, in 2018 roughly 20,000 college part-time support staff became members of OPSEU. They perform a wide variety of functions that support students and staff of Ontario’s public colleges network.
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Without education, there can be no progress

January 24 is the second annual International Day of Education, a timely opportunity to reflect on the importance of education…

Students and employees should not be paying the price for college underfunding

Toronto – A crisis of chronic government underfunding is plaguing Ontario’s colleges, which need to stop ignoring the concerns of…

Support the provincewide student walkout

On March 18, 2019, OPSEU sent the following email to all members in the College Support and College Faculty Divisions:…

‘History has been made:’ After a long fight, part-time college support staff represented by OPSEU ratify first deal

Toronto – Hailing it as a victory for working people everywhere – particularly those stuck in precarious jobs – OPSEU…

College Support Part-time workers vote on Thursday, February 21!

All College Support Part-time workers will have the chance to vote on their first-ever collective agreement on Thursday, February 21.…

DBplus information webinars for college part-time employees

Designed to meet the needs those who work part time and on contract in the colleges, DBplus provides you with…

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Saturday, April 18, 2020
To Sunday, April 19, 2020
9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Saturday, March 7, 2020
9:00 AM to 4:30 PM
Tuesday, March 31, 2020
To Thursday, April 2, 2020
9:00 AM to 2:00 PM


Bargaining Team

Marilou Martin, A/Supervisor
Ted Claeys, Local 124 at Lambton College, Chair
Duncan McFarlane, Local 416 at Algonquin College, Vice-chair
Jennifer Ayotte, Local 656 at Cambrian College
Christopher Millado, Local 557 at George Brown College
Connie Collins, Local 137 at St. Clair College
Janice Hagan, Local 561 at Seneca College, College Support Sector Chair
Heather Fathi, Negotiator