Tele-town halls coming Tuesday & Wednesday

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OPSEU is holding three tele-town halls over two days for Ontario Public Service members to talk about the upcoming strike vote and the employer’s proposals to slash, cut, and eliminate public sector work.

Tele-Town Halls:

Tuesday, December 2nd        7:55 p.m.-9:00 p.m. Eastern

Wednesday, December 3rd   12:25 p.m.-1:30 p.m. Eastern

Wednesday, December 3rd    7:55 p.m.-9:00 p.m. Eastern

If your phone number is in our database, you will get a phone call a few minutes before the event is about to start. All you need to do is stay on the line if you wish to participate.

If you do not get a call, dial 877-229-8493 at any time during the hour. Use ID Code: 112847

You may choose to listen only or follow the instructions on the call to ask questions or make comments.

Talk with

Warren (Smokey) Thomas, President, OPSEU

Eduardo (Eddy) Almeida, First Vice-President/Treasurer, OPSEU

Roxanne Barnes, Central/Unified Bargaining Team Chair

Tom O’Neill, Corrections Bargaining Team Chair
Support and Resources for the four speakers listed above:

Ron Langer, Central/Unified Bargaining Team Vice-chair

Gord Longhi, Corrections Bargaining Team Vice-chair

Ruth Hamilton, OPS Supervisor/Negotiator, Central/Unified Team

Anastasios Zafiriadis, Negotiator, Corrections Team
Related: OPS Bargaining 2014 Index Page

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