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The Ontario Public Service Employees Union is one of Canada's most democratic and dynamic unions.
OPSEU stands firm on the anti-privatization of the LCBO
June 27, 2014
OPSEU will redouble its efforts to keep the Crown corporation in public hands even as the Wynne government ponders asset sales to reduce the deficit.
Canadian labour movement
OPSEU to Wynne: How many job losses to meet budget target?
June 3, 2014
The time has arrived for Premier Kathleen Wynne to deal in straight talk with the people of Ontario and answer the question: How many public sector workers will lose their jobs to meet her target?
2014 ontario election
Hudak's job-killing plan will dismember the economy
May 12, 2014
Tim Hudak's plan to eliminate 100,000 jobs in the public sector will dismember the Ontario economy and sets the scene to drive the province into another recession.
We won’t have Medicare II without federal leadership says Alex Himelfarb
April 16, 2014
Alex Himelfarb understands the 2004 10-year health accord better than most. At the time it was negotiated, he was the highest ranking civil servant in Ottawa.
Canada Health Accord
Wear red on Equal Pay Day, April 16
April 11, 2014
The Ontario gender pay gap has now increased to 31% which is one of the biggest reported gaps in the world. To close the gap and bring women out of the "red" and into the "black" we ask you wear red.
Equal Pay Day
OPSEU endorses LCBO expansion plan; time to repatriate Agency stores
April 4, 2014
This is a step in the right direction for the future of alcohol retailing in Ontario.
Hudak's Plan B: Wisconsin?
March 28, 2014
We need to redouble our efforts when responding to policies and laws that stand in the way of prosperity in Ontario. We must learn from Wisconsin and act together for the good of all Ontarians.
Take Action: Swift passage of act needed to stop paid plasma donation in Ontario
March 24, 2014
Urge Health Minister Deb Matthews and health critics France Gelinas and Christine Elliott to put aside partisan differences to ensure that confidence in our blood system remains intact.
Ontario's Local Health Integration Networks should integrate with Ministry of Health
February 12, 2014
The LHINs have been a smokescreen for decisions that are really being made by the Ministry of Health.
More than a third of Canadian physicians still without electronic medical records
January 24, 2014
When a drug recall takes place, does your family doctor have the ability to identify which patients are on that drug and notify them in a timely manner?
electronic medical records
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