Major unions sign 10-point Solidarity Pact to save public hospitals and fight privatization

2023-10-05T14:05:47-04:00October 5, 2023|

SEIU Healthcare, OCHU-CUPE, and Unifor unveil 10-point Solidarity Pact to defend patient care, halt privatization, and take militant action to ensure contract improvements for an embattled workforce in the upcoming round of bargaining.

45,000 Ontario Hospital Workers Awarded 6.25% Wage Increase; RPNs To Get Additional Incentive

2023-06-13T16:01:28-04:00June 13, 2023|

Arbitrator Awards 45,000 Ontario Hospital Workers 6.25% Wage Increase; Registered Practical Nurses To Get Additional Incentive

SEIU Healthcare Response To New Federal Funding For Personal Support Workers

2023-03-20T15:54:39-04:00February 7, 2023|

Our message to provincial and territorial governments is simple: The time for excuses is over—it’s time to raise wages for personal support workers and provide better healthcare jobs.

Premier Ford ‘Pushing Public System To Collapse’: Five Largest Health Care Unions Join Forces.

2023-03-20T18:48:11-04:00November 24, 2022|

Premier Ford ‘pushing public system to collapse’: five largest health care unions join forces, make SOS appeal to save our public hospitals

On Strike: Developmental Service Workers At Kerry’s Place To Commence Strike Tomorrow

2023-03-20T18:48:54-04:00November 20, 2022|

On Strike: Developmental Service Workers At Kerry’s Place To Commence Strike Tomorrow For Better Care Outcomes With Safety And Security For All

Provinces Should Say Yes To Support From Ottawa To Invest In The Worsening Staffing Crisis

2023-03-20T18:49:40-04:00November 9, 2022|

Healthcare jobs are no longer safe and preventable workplace injuries, both physical and emotional, are exacerbating the staffing shortage. Talk of recruitment rings hollow while retention efforts fail.

Hospital Contract Announced By Arbitrator Limits Healthcare Workers To Doug Ford’s Anti-Worker 1% Wage Cap

2023-03-20T18:50:37-04:00November 6, 2022|

After abusing the notwithstanding clause to trample on education workers, this below-inflation hospital contract is another reminder of Premier Ford’s unconstitutional attack on working families and calls for Prime Minister Trudeau to defend the Canadian Charter.

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