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OPSEU – inSol wants to hear from you!

  The OPSEU inSolidarity Committee would love to showcase your work.   We are currently accepting any written work from OPSEU members!  You can submit an

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I’m What Privilege Looks Like

Christina Chrysler (Local 417, CAAT-A), inSolidarity  I’m a smart woman who knows nothing. This is a realization I have been living with very consciously since

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An Open letter to correctional workers

Coming together is a beginning, staying together is progress, and working together is success. – Henry Ford By the above definition, corrections can be a

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Working Should Be Worth It!!

The Canadian Emergency Response Benefit that was created to help the many people out of work due to the COVID-19 pandemic has turned out to

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On being Black and another senseless death

Joe Grogan, OPSEU retiree Introductory comments As I write these comments, America is once again in turmoil. George Floyd, a middle-aged Black American, was killed

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The death of an era

By Joe Grogan/retired OPSEU Member-Region 5 Decades of cuts to the Ontario public health care system In my own lifetime but especially beginning in the

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COVID-19 – A Time to reflect

Joe Grogan, retired OPSEU member The current COVID-19 crisis gives us a chance to reflect on some very important realities. Most importantly it shows the need