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Ontario Public Service - Unified

OPSEU/SEFPO 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/SEFPO members who work for the Ontario Public Service, with the exception of the Corrections Division.
President Thomas to Ministers: Keep our roads safe by paying TEOs fairly

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President Thomas to Ministers: Keep our roads safe by paying TEOs fairly

Transportation enforcement officers (TEOs) are front-line peace officers who protect Ontarians by inspecting commercial vehicles, pulling unsafe trucks off the roads, and enforcing provincial and federal laws and regulations. They are significantly underpaid in comparison to many other enforcement positions in the Ontario Public Service. This has created a retention and hiring crisis in the……

Upper arm with Ontario trillium logo with gloved hand holding vaccine needle beside arm.

OPSEU/SEFPO has launched an ad campaign to support Ontario’s vaccine rollout and encourage Ontarians to get vaccinated against COVID-19. “It’s undeniable that the COVID pandemic has hurt us all,” said OPSEU President Warren (Smokey) Thomas. “It has taken a toll on our economy, on our health, on our well-being, and even on our very lives.……

President Thomas on Budget Bill 269: ‘We’re moving in the right direction’

To view OPSEU/SEFPO’s full budget submission, click here. President Warren (Smokey) Thomas highlighted the heroic efforts of OPSEU/SEFPO members during the pandemic as he gave the union’s take on Bill 269 to a legislative committee. Thomas told the Standing Committee on Finance and Economic Affairs committee on Friday that OPSEU/SEFPO members have put their lives……

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OPS Unified members of OPSEU are represented at the government-wide level by the Central Employee Relations Committee (CERC). 
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There are also Ministry Employee Relations Committees (MERC) who represent OPS members of OPSEU at the ministry-wide level.  
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