Developmental services workers join OPSEU to gain a stronger voice for themselves and their clients.
“Our position all along has been Ontario Place is, foremost, a public space and must remain that way.” — Warren (Smokey) Thomas, OPSEU President.
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There are approximately 500 drownings/year in Canada.
Quality public services are vital to the health of our communities.
Collective agreement brings wages up, establishes fair working conditions and procedures in the workplace.
“Whoever wins the upcoming Ontario election, we will hold them to account with regards to committing to quality post-secondary education,” said Thomas.
Paramed Home Health Care is pressuring workers in Renfrew County to accept a deal that will extend the freeze on their wages for a total of five years.
Front-line workers are asking politicians to commit to immediate sustainable long-term funding to end the shameful crisis in developmental services, funding that strengthens the not-for-profit community agencies that provide quality, professional, planned, and stable services.
“Nicole was incredibly dedicated and the youths in her care absolutely loved her. She proved that to the end after it seems she returned into the building after helping her client get outside." — Jane Kaija, President of OPSEU Local 668.