Central/Unified Bargaining Team Reaches Tentative Agreement with Government

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OPSEU President Warren (Smokey) Thomas has announced that the Central/Unified bargaining team has reached a tentative settlement with the Ontario government.

Details of the tentative agreement will be forthcoming.

The Corrections bargaining team will continue bargaining on November 7 and 8.

Thomas was quick to praise the bargaining team and members. “This tentative settlement could not have been reached without the tireless efforts of our bargaining team and the unwavering solidarity of OPS members across the province.

“I also want to acknowledge the assistance of mediator Gerry Lee in helping the parties arrive at a tentative settlement.

“We look forward to getting back to the Corrections table.”

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