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Ontario Public Service Employees Union
The Ontario Public Service Employees Union is one of Canada's most democratic and dynamic unions.
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
An important message from Warren (Smokey) Thomas to Tim Hudak
December 11, 2013
I realize your party policies on labour relations, unions, jobs and industrial development contain many erroneous assumptions based on incorrect numbers and research. I challenge you to a debate.
Another trade unionist killed in Colombia. Act now to prevent other members from being killed.
November 18, 2013
Members of SINALTRAINAL have been on hunger strike since 5 November in front of the Nestlé factory in Bugalagrande.
united food workers
Privatization: The 'big bad mistake' Ontario is intent on repeating
October 23, 2013
Much of the cost of these cancelled deals lies in the privatized structure the government chose to develop public infrastructure.
OPSEU supports province-wide Raise the Rates Campaign
October 16, 2013
The Raise the Rates Campaign is holding a week of action (October 12-20) to fight the attack on ODSP (Ontario Disability Support Program) and demand living income for all in this province.
raise the rates
The number of minimum wage earners in Ontario has doubled since 2003
October 9, 2013
Women, racialized workers and recent immigrants are more likely to be working for minimum wage.
Peaceful protesters under attack in Guatemala. Please take action
October 4, 2013
Communities in Huehuetenango are under siege by Guatemalan military and police. Please call the Guatemalan Embassy to express concern about the safety of peaceful protesters in Huehuetenango.
'Made in the USA' documentary critiques Hudak's plans for a low-wage Ontario
September 23, 2013
Tim Hudak says he wants to ‘modernize' Ontario laws, but rather than taking us into the future his proposals would send us back to the Great Depression.
right to work
Fraser got it wrong, StatsCan says little real difference in public-private absenteeism rates
September 20, 2013
The difference can be attributed to several factors, as the public sector workforce tends to be older, more female and more unionized.
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