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Collective Bargaining

Stronger together.

Collective bargaining occurs when a group of people in a workplace band together to increase their negotiating power. There is a greater likelihood of success together than there is apart, so it is also about demonstrating our collective will and resolve.

These negotiations between employees and management lead to a legally binding collective agreement that details many of the terms and conditions of our employment, including wages, working conditions, job security, and more.

This collective agreement also ensures the employer consults with us and that we work collaboratively to seek solutions on matters that affect us. It means our workplaces are governed with transparency and fairness.


Select your employer below for updates on your collective bargaining. Sign-in is required.

Ontario Public Service

Financial Services Regulatory Authority of Ontario

Ontario Arts Council

Ontario Health - Quality Unit

Ontario Ombudsman - Children & Youth Unit

Ontario Ombudsman - French Language Services Unit

Public Health Ontario

Waypoint Centre for Mental Health Care (Contract runs until 2023)