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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……

Toronto – As chair of the Divisional Executive of OPSEU/SEFPO’s College Faculty Division, I am gravely concerned and disappointed by the Sheridan College Board of Governors’ decision to cancel the only academic senate in Ontario’s public college system. At its root, this is a blatant and cynical refusal to work meaningfully with faculty as professionals……

ODSP workers meet with OPSEU/SEFPO leaders to fight downloading of their work

More than 40 local leaders and stewards from Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP) offices across the province met virtually last week with their ministry’s MERC team and OPSEU/SEFPO leaders to plan a fight-back to the downloading of their work from the Ontario Public Service to municipalities. President Warren (Smokey) Thomas and First Vice President/Treasurer Eduardo……

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