October, 2019

OPSEU members welcome Ford back to work with OFL rallies

OPSEU/NUPGE members rallied in cities across Ontario when Premier Ford returned to the legislature after a 5-month break. See ...

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What’s scarier than bad bosses?

What bad bosses are getting away with these days is frightening. On a daily basis, we get calls ...

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President’s Commentary: Protests worldwide share dissatisfaction with the status quo

Despite their diversity, these cases of civil unrest are commonly rooted in deeply structural issues. See more at: ...

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National Union Scholarship winners for 2019

“Congratulations to all the winners of our 2019 scholarships.  We were very impressed with the entries we received ...

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HSAA gives transparent analysis of Alberta govt.’s budget

“Get ready for the fight of your life.” ― Mike Parker, HSAA President See more at: NUPGE’s website Visit ...

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PEI UPSE launches campaign to stop workplace violence

Workplace violence is a complex issue; however, the bottom line is that no one should have to go ...

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Alberta govt. rebrands public service in yet another move that signals privatization

“If this is a signal of a cuts-and-privatization agenda, they need to prepare for the fight of their ...

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NUPGE solidarity statement on Chilean protests

NUPGE stands in solidarity with the people of Chile, calling the conflict a cautionary tale against income inequality, ...

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October 28, Ontarians will meet the Conservatives’ return to Queen’s Park with a Day of Action to win an Ontario for all

(TORONTO, ON) – Labour and community groups are welcoming MPPs back to Queen’s Park by demanding the Conservatives create ...

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Help protect workers’ rights

Did you know that minimum wage workers in Toronto need to work 79 hours just to afford a ...

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