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Ontario Public Service - Unified

OPSEU members who work for the ministries and agencies of the Ontario Public Service (OPS) provide the services that Ontarians depend on every day to keep our communities safe and improve our quality of life. We are the backbone of every public service the province of Ontario provides: education, health care, social services, public safety, transportation and infrastructure, labour standards, food and water safety, consumer rights, protection of the environment and natural resources, and human rights and accessibility, to name just a few. The Unified Division of the OPS includes most of the OPSEU members who work for the Ontario Public Service, with the exception of the Corrections Division.
OPSEU Statement – ‘Essential Services’

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OPSEU Statement – ‘Essential Services’

Today, the Ford government announced the province will be stepping up the state of emergency to include the operation of…

OPSEU files Charter challenge against Ford’s ‘blatantly unconstitutional’ wage-cap bill

The Ontario Public Service Employees Union has filed a Charter challenge against Bill 124, the law that violates public sector…

OPS Unified pay equity: what you need to know

OPSEU represents two bargaining units: Unified and Corrections. Each unit is responsible for bargaining its own pay equity plan. Unified…

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Contact your OPS Unified Leaders

OPS Unified members of OPSEU are represented at the government-wide level by the Central Employee Relations Committee (CERC). 
Click here to meet your CERC team!

There are also Ministry Employee Relations Committees (MERC) who represent OPS members of OPSEU at the ministry-wide level.  
Click here to find your ministry’s MERC team!


Friday, November 13, 2020
To Sunday, November 15, 2020
7:00 PM to 6:00 PM

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