Toronto – Ontario Public Service (OPS) workers in the Ontario Public Service Employees Union (OPSEU) are set to vote June 20-22 on a four-year collective agreement extension.
Ontario Public Service - Unified
Notice of ratification vote
OPSEU members in the Ontario Public Service (OPS) will vote June 20, 21, and 22 on a government offer to “roll over” their existing collective agreements with a number of positive changes – and no demands for concessions from OPSEU members.
The two-step election process to elect the 2017 OPS bargaining teams began on Saturday, May 27.
Trained Ministry of Natural Resource officers — not police officers — should deal with so-called nuisance bears, OPSEU president Warren “Smokey” Thomas says.
Further to the settlement with the Government of Ontario
Central Employee Relations Committee (CERC)
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