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Job action by CUPE’s Ontario School Board Council of Unions (OSBCU)

September 30, 2019, 55,000 members of CUPE in Ontario, working in schools and board offices across the province began legal job action to secure public education services. CUPE education workers play many vital roles in our children’s schools. They are educational assistants, office administrators, custodians, tradespeople, instructors, library technicians, early childhood educators, IT specialists, speech…


Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) – 639 – GDI Services

GDI Services, the multi-million-dollar company that is contracted by the Department of Defence to provide cleaning services at Petawawa’s Canadian Forces Base. After months of frustrating negotiations, GDI Services has refused to address many of the concerns raised by its workers, including the loss of their paid sick leave due to the rollback of the…


Public Service Alliance of Canada Local 818

Veterans deserve dignity and respect in the workplace. PSAC Local 818 are on strike because: Inadequate wage increases and uniform allowance Lack of paid sick leave Lack of respect & dignity 1% is not enough Picketing location: Royal Military College of Canada 13 General Crerar Crescent Kingston, ON K7K 7B4 For more information, click here.…


United Steel Workers – 2020 – CarePartners Sudbury

Press release: Sudbury Home Care Workers Locked Out by CarePartners “Rather than negotiate a fair collective agreement, CarePartners is trying to bully its employees into accepting a contract that doesn’t address serious workplace concerns,” said Mike Scott, Staff Representative with the United Steelworkers, representing the locked-out employees. USW Local 2020 represents about 30 employees at…


United Association – Ontario Pipe Trades Council (plumbers and steamfitters) on strike

For more information, click here. With contract negotiations at an impasse, Ontario’s 12,000 unionized plumbers and steamfitters are headed for their first strike in more than three decades. The Ontario Pipe Trades Council was hopeful they would see some movement on the position taken by the Mechanical Contractors Association of Ontario (MCAO), but the management…

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