In response to the planned protests today, Wednesday, Sept 20, by a coalition of anti-trans and far-right groups, a united front of parents’ groups, community allies, 2SLGBTQIA+ organizations and labour organisations, including OPSEU/SEFPO, are taking part in “No […]
Hamilton for All is a public education campaign that aims at stimulating dialogue and opening minds by encouraging Hamiltonians to stand up against prejudice, exclusion and discrimination based on ethnicity, race, religion, country of origin, disability, sexual orientation […]
Members of Mohawk’s Local 241 and 240 joined the rally and march in Hamilton on the province-wide day of action June 3. From wages that aren’t keeping up, to sky-high housing costs, to longer and longer hospital wait […]
Workers in Ontario have had enough.
- We’re fed up with low wages, sky-high rent, and bills we can’t afford
- We’re fed up with attacks on our health care system and […]
Health Coalitions across Ontario launched a major fightback to stop the privatization of public hospitals on Tuesday, April 18.
The Coalition is mounting a community-run referendum. Health Coalitions are organizing voting stations outside grocery stores, local […]
International Day of Pink is on April 12, 2023, and we’re asking members to share photos of you and your friends, families and colleagues in pink on Wednesday with the hashtags #DayofPink and #OPSEU #SEFPO!
On January 28, OPSEU/SEFPO is joining the Ontario Federation of Labour, workers and their unions across Ontario tell the government Enough is Enough!
The cost of living crisis in Ontario is getting increasingly worse. Ontarians […]
Ontario Nursing Association represented nurses are organizing in response to changes the provincial government is implementing to our health care. The plans are to replace one of the nursing roles in operating rooms with an unregulated health-care worker.
A press release has been sent stating that OPSEU/SEFPO Sector 3 education workers working in boards of education will walk off the job this Friday in a monumental show of solidarity with their CUPE colleagues who are set […]
Why do we stand with education workers?
Both CUPE and OPSEU/SEFPO education workers are the lowest-paid staff in our schools. They earn an average of $39,000 per year, and the schools are so understaffed that […]