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We Own It

Maybe you’ve notice there’s something wrong in our communities. Highways aren’t being plowed.  Long waits at hospitals. Inadequate care for our most vulnerable. The problem is privatization.  Our money isn’t being reinvested in our communities.

Communities across the province are realizing public = better. Because when it’s public, We Own It. We built. We paid for it. We Own It!

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Toronto - Putting the architect of hydro privatization in charge of alcohol and cannabis sales will be a financial and public health disaster, says OPSEU President Warren (Smokey) Thomas.
In the wake of the surprise collapse of the UK-based multinational Carillion, OPSEU President Warren (Smokey) Thomas is calling on the provincial government to put the privatized services that Cari
Over 200 members of OPSEU Region 2, along with friends and family members, came out for the region’s annual appreciation day.
We Own It supporters had a simple message for the people who braved the snow and sleet to attend a town hall meeting on privatization in Chatham on December 11: your future is in your hands.
The privatization of hydro and health care were at the top of the agenda during a crowded We Own It town hall meeting in Sarnia on Tuesday, November 14.
It was standing room only during a We Own It town hall meeting in Belleville on Tuesday, November 7.
OPSEU continues to reach out to the world in its battle against the privatization of public services.
To make it clear that more than two-thirds of Ontarians want strong public services, an energetic crowd of public services supporters gathered outside of a major conference on privatization in down