Toronto – The Police Association of Ontario and both opposition parties have joined OPSEU in urging the provincial Liberals to abandon any plan to download the prosecution of the most serious non-criminal provincial offences, known as Part III offences, to municipalities.
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Toronto – The Ontario Public Service Employees Union (OPSEU) is expressing grave concern over the Ontario government’s new ability to download the most serious non-criminal provincial offences, known as Part III offences, to the municipalities.
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