OPSEU members working at Participation Lodge, a developmental service agency located south of Owen Sound, have overwhelming rejected a tentative contract deal citing management's demand for wage and...
OPSEU in the News
OPSEU president Smokey Thomas says the health care and social impact risks of expanded alcohol sales outweigh the convenience of allowing supermarkets to sell beer and wine, Canadian Grocer magazine...
OPSEU in the News
OPSEU President Smokey Thomas speaks to CTV news at the Local 294 information rally in Kitchener on July 5.  In the interview Thomas called on Health Minister Eric Hoskins to intervene and ensure a...
OPSEU in the News
The Toronto Star reports that a plan to make wine available in supermarkets will be delayed for one year. Meantime, OPSEU has launced a radio advertising campaign to warn of the potentional impacts...
OPSEU in the News
(KITCHENER) OPSEU Locals throughout Ontario are rallying to protest CarePartners refusal to negotiate with the healthcare professionals of Local 294. Where: Speaker’s Corner, KitchenerWhen: 12:30 pm...
Political Action > General Information
(TORONTO)  The union representing workers at the Liquor Control Board of Ontario is launching radio ads tomorrow alerting the public to the dangers of expanding the sale of alcohol to grocery stores...
2015 Budget
July 2, 2015  OPSEU welcomes our newest Allied Health members at the Southlake Regional Health Centre in Newmarket.  On June 23, the pharmacy technicians and pharmacy assistants chose to join OPSEU...
New Members
Members of OPSEU’s Rainbow Alliance arc-en-ciel applaud and celebrate the many advancements made in obtaining legal rights for the LGBTTIAQQ2S (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, transsexual,...
Committee Information, Events, General Equity Information
The union representing employees at Waypoint Centre for Mental Health Care in Penetanguishene has suspended new contract talks and applied for conciliation because of safety concerns there. Read more...
2015 Bargaining News, OPSEU in the News
The high turnout for the strike vote gives the Bargaining Team a strong mandate. The biggest issues are achieving a fair wage increase, improving the language around harassment and bullying,...
2015 Bargaining News, OPSEU in the News