UPDATE 2013-01-16: Voting and Information Session date and time

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Our sincere apologies for the confusion as to the Contract Voting dates and times.  We have confirmation voting for our local will take place at the Ambassador Hotel in the Lisbon Room on Tuesday, January 22nd from 7:00AM to 9:00PM ONLY.  Information Sessions will be taking place tomorrow, Thursday, January 17th from 11:30AM to 1:00PM and 7:30PM to 9:30PM.

The approved posters are below.

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Click here to download the poster in PDF format

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Please, share these dates and times with your coworkers. It is important for everyone to make an effort to vote.


  • Is it possible to vote on-line I can’t get in to vote at the Ambassador as am ill.

  • Hi Linda!

    Unfortunately, there is no online voting. However, the voting is available until 9pm tonight if you start to feel better. I will ask around to see if there is another option available but I can’t guarantee anything.


  • Alright! I have an answer for you 🙂

    If you are unable to attend today’s vote because of sickness, you can go to tomorrow’s voting polls in Napanee or Cornwall. Napanee’s is open from 7am to 9pm and Cornwall from 4pm to 8pm. Details can be found here for locations. http://opseu.org/ops/bargaining2012/ratification-vote-locations.htm#region_4

    You must bring ID and you will be asked why you couldn’t vote in your designated polling station. A copy of your pay stub might be better for proof of ID if you have access to one.


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