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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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OPSEU President Warren (Smokey) Thomas joined members of the Grey-Bruce Labour Council to honour the work of local activists at the annual Activist Dinner Monday night.
Having lost one battle in their effort to close rural and northern ServiceOntario centres , the Onta
On November 14, Premier Kathleen Wynne and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau were both in downtown Toronto.
Toronto – When presented with the facts on cost overruns, Ontarians agree that governments should stay away from public-private partnerships (P3s), according to a new province-wide poll.
Alarmed about the continued sell-off of public services and assets, more than 15,000 OPSEU members tuned in November 9 to two telephone halls about the union’s campaign to fight privatization.
“Don’t you dare privatize eHealth.” That was the message from close to 30 OPSEU members who protested outside a speech by ex-banker Ed Clark on October 17.
It was a cool, wet Saturday, but nothing could put a damper on the fun as United by Trauma held its first annual i Run and Rock in Thunder B
In a ceremony last night near Port Stanton, OPSEU President Warren (Smokey) Thomas and First Vice President/Treasurer Eduardo (Eddy) Almeida celebrated the talents and achievements of the 28 OPSEU