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Tentative agreement reached with CUPE

The Ontario Public School Boards’ Association (OPSBA) is pleased to announce that the Council of Trustees’/School Board Associations (CTA) and the provincial government have successfully negotiated a tentative settlement on central terms of a collective agreement with Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) education workers.

OPSBA in the Media – November 2022

OPSBA to announce results of recent Nanos surveyCHCH News Hamilton - November 28, 2022VIDEO: The Ontario Public School Boards’ Association will announce at 9:15 a.m. the results of a Nanos survey regarding key Ontario resident issues such as student transportation,...

OPSBA statement regarding bargaining with CUPE

“It is extremely disappointing that we have not been able to reach a negotiated agreement at this time among CUPE, the Crown and the employer. As a result of the anticipated strike action, schools in many of our member boards will be forced to close to students for in-person instruction tomorrow, and for the duration of this strike action by CUPE members. Where schools are closed to in-person learning it is because they are unable to maintain the healthy and safe operation of schools for students without these critical education workers. We hope this disruption is short-lived and that we can get back to in-person learning as soon as possible.”

OPSBA in the Media – October 2022

Province to table back-to-work legislation for Ontario's 55,000 education workers todayCP24 News - October 31, 2022The province is planning to table back-to-work legislation today for Ontario’s 55,000 education workers.This move comes as the Canadian Union of Public...

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Tentative agreement reached with CUPE

The Ontario Public School Boards’ Association (OPSBA) is pleased to announce that the Council of Trustees’/School Board Associations (CTA) and the provincial government have successfully negotiated a tentative settlement on central terms of a collective agreement with Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) education workers.

OPSBA in the Media – November 2022

OPSBA to announce results of recent Nanos surveyCHCH News Hamilton - November 28, 2022VIDEO: The Ontario Public School Boards’ Association will announce at 9:15 a.m. the results of a Nanos survey regarding key Ontario resident issues such as student transportation,...

OPSBA statement regarding bargaining with CUPE

“It is extremely disappointing that we have not been able to reach a negotiated agreement at this time among CUPE, the Crown and the employer. As a result of the anticipated strike action, schools in many of our member boards will be forced to close to students for in-person instruction tomorrow, and for the duration of this strike action by CUPE members. Where schools are closed to in-person learning it is because they are unable to maintain the healthy and safe operation of schools for students without these critical education workers. We hope this disruption is short-lived and that we can get back to in-person learning as soon as possible.”

OPSBA in the Media – October 2022

Province to table back-to-work legislation for Ontario's 55,000 education workers todayCP24 News - October 31, 2022The province is planning to table back-to-work legislation today for Ontario’s 55,000 education workers.This move comes as the Canadian Union of Public...

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