Official Website for OPSEU Local 415

Feedback on proposed salary increases for senior executives at Algonquin

The Algonquin Board of Governors is proposing a wage framework for senior executives ( president and vice presidents) which could see wage increases of up to 39% for the college president and from 22 to 33% for college vice presidents. By contrast, average wage increases for full-time faculty for the past three years have been 1.5%.

Link here to the Ottawa Citizen article on the proposed increase pay rates for senior executives

Algonquin College president’s pay could soar as public sector executives salary freeze ends

Read here the Local’s press release on the issue

Note here is the link to the college website where you can provide anonymous feedback until February 1st on the Propose Executive Compensation Program-Board of Governors 

Niagara College under fire for Saudi Campus

Read the article http://www.chch.com/niagara-colleges-saudi-arabian-campus-coming-fire-yet/

 

Happy Halloween

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Cupe 503 Rock for Public Services event

Randy Bachman is the headliner at this years Rock for Public Services event 6:30 on Friday November 11,2016

see poster

Algonquin hands over its Jazan campus to a British company

Please read the full article from Ottawa Citizen paper

http://ottawacitizen.com/storyline/algonquin-hands-over-its-jazan-campus-to-a-british-company

Negotiation gives way to litigation at OPSEU

Read store here http://www.thestar.com/news/queenspark/2016/04/14/negotiation-gives-way-to-litigation-at-opseu-cohnhtml Five senior executives at the Ontario Public Service Employees Union have served a notice of libel against local OPSEU leaders who raised questions about the “workplace culture”..

David Barsamian Speaker-U.S. Politics and the Rise of Trump-March 24

Please find here information for an event being sponsored by the National Union of Public and General Employees ( NUPGE) with Octopus books.

U.S. Politics and the Rise of Trump One of America’s most tireless and wide -ranging investigative journalists, David Barsamiam

Invitation to Attend Day of Pink Gala 2016

On behalf of the Canadian Centre for Gender & Sexual Diversity, and the International Day of pink, we would like to formally invite you and your office/staff to celebrate our community’s work to stop bullying,homophobia & transphobia.

Join us at the Horticulture Building ( Lansdowne Park, Ottawa,ON) on April 13,2016 at 6:30 pm for the Day of Pink Gala 2016. It is FREE, bilingual, accessible, family friendly community event.

RSVP : https://ccgsd.regfox.com/day-of-pink-gala

Please click here for event details: http://ccgsd-ccdgs.org/day-of-pink-gala-2016/#more-6374

 

Kat McCarthy

Coordinateur du gala et de La Journée rose/Day of pink and Gala Coordinator

CLC ON Region’s Summer & Women’s Summer Schools 2016

Please read here for full details CLC-Ontario

It’s not too late to Keep Hydro Public!

Keep Hydro Public

New Campaign targets Liberal MPPs view here

85% of Hydro One is still owned by the people It is not to late to keep hydro public

That’s the message of the new phase of Keep Hydro Public campaign, as we step up the pressure on the Liberal MPPs to speak out against hydro privatization.

We kicked off the first in a series of community campaigns aimed at target Liberal MPPs in Scarborough in late February. This weekend, we’ll be kicking off in Peterborough.

An overflowing room at The Scarborough hub saw over 100 volunteers rallied by local community leaders before heading out to canvass and leaflet door-to-door. Campaign materials reminded constituents that 85 percent of hydro one is still owned by the people of Ontario, and it’s not too late to Keep Hydro public.

To participate in the next phase of our campaign, email your MPP and tell them to put the brakes on privatization!

 

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