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Association des enseignantes et des enseignants franco-ontariens

AEFOThe Association des enseignantes et des enseignants franco-ontariens is a French-language labour organization whose 10,000 members work in Ontario’s French-language, Catholic and public, elementary and secondary schools and in other French-language establishments in Ontario. www.aefo.on.ca

Association des enseignantes et des enseignants franco-ontariens
290 Dupuis St, Vanier, ON K1L, Canada

AEFOThe Association des enseignantes et des enseignants franco-ontariens is a French-language labour organization whose 10,000 members work in Ontario’s French-language, Catholic and public, elementary and secondary schools and in other French-language establishments in Ontario. www.aefo.on.ca

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Canadian Union of Public Employees Local 79

CUPE Local 79 is the largest municipal local in Canada with a membership of approximately 18,000. Local 79 represents the full-time and part-time employees of the city of Toronto, Bridgepoint Hospital and the Toronto Community Housing Corp. Areas of representation include public health, homes for the aged, social services, parks and recreation, housing and court services, child care workers, ambulance dispatchers, nurses, city planners, hospital workers, building inspectors, shelter and hostel staff, public health nurses, water and sewage treatment employees and cleaners who work in numerous locations across Toronto, including police stations. cupelocal79.org

Canadian Union of Public Employees Local 79
34 St Patrick St, Toronto, ON M5T 1V1, Canada

CUPE Local 79 is the largest municipal local in Canada with a membership of approximately 18,000. Local 79 represents the full-time and part-time employees of the city of Toronto, Bridgepoint Hospital and the Toronto Community Housing Corp. Areas of representation include public health, homes for the aged, social services, parks and recreation, housing and court services, child care workers, ambulance dispatchers, nurses, city planners, hospital workers, building inspectors, shelter and hostel staff, public health nurses, water and sewage treatment employees and cleaners who work in numerous locations across Toronto, including police stations. cupelocal79.org

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University of Toronto Education Workers, Canadian Union of Public Employees Local 3902

CUPE Local 3902 represents over 10,000 contract academic workers, including sessional lecturers and teaching assistants, at the University of Toronto. cupe3902.org

University of Toronto Education Workers, Canadian Union of Public Employees Local 3902
180 Bloor St W #803, Toronto, ON M5S 1T6, Canada

CUPE Local 3902 represents over 10,000 contract academic workers, including sessional lecturers and teaching assistants, at the University of Toronto. cupe3902.org

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Ontario Public Service Employees Union

The Ontario Public Service Employees Union is one of Canada’s most democratic and dynamic unions. With approximately 115,000 full- and part-time members, nearly 500 locals, and 35 Regional Offices and Membership Centres across Ontario, OPSEU is the third largest union in the province. opseu.org

Ontario Public Service Employees Union
100 Lesmill Rd, North York, ON M3B 3P8, Canada

The Ontario Public Service Employees Union is one of Canada’s most democratic and dynamic unions. With approximately 115,000 full- and part-time members, nearly 500 locals, and 35 Regional Offices and Membership Centres across Ontario, OPSEU is the third largest union in the province. opseu.org

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Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation

The Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation is more than 60,000 members strong and was founded in 1919. OSSTF is more than teachers; they are educational assistants, continuing education teachers and instructors, psychologists, secretaries, speech-language pathologists, social workers, plant support personnel, attendance counselors, and many other education professionals. They only represent people in the field of education. No other representative organization has as much history and diversity in the field of public education in Ontario. osstf.on.ca

Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation
60 Mobile Dr, North York, ON M4A 2P3, Canada

The Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation is more than 60,000 members strong and was founded in 1919. OSSTF is more than teachers; they are educational assistants, continuing education teachers and instructors, psychologists, secretaries, speech-language pathologists, social workers, plant support personnel, attendance counselors, and many other education professionals. They only represent people in the field of education. No other representative organization has as much history and diversity in the field of public education in Ontario. osstf.on.ca

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Public Service Alliance of Canada

The Public Service Alliance of Canada is a national union which is the largest union representing members who work for the federal government and its agencies. They are also a diverse union representing many different jurisdictions beyond the federal government, including the territorial government in the north, airports, museums and a growing number of members in the university sector. PSAC is the 5th largest union in the country. psac.com

Public Service Alliance of Canada
233 Gilmour St, Ottawa, ON K2P, Canada

The Public Service Alliance of Canada is a national union which is the largest union representing members who work for the federal government and its agencies. They are also a diverse union representing many different jurisdictions beyond the federal government, including the territorial government in the north, airports, museums and a growing number of members in the university sector. PSAC is the 5th largest union in the country. psac.com

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Power Workers' Union

The roots of the Power Workers’ Union go back to 1944, with the formation of the Employees’ Association at Ontario Hydro. Today, their members work throughout Ontario and make up a large majority of the employees at Ontario Power Generation, Bruce Power, TransAlta in Ottawa, Northwind Power, Mississagi Power, Hydro One and affiliate companies, the Electrical Safety Authority and the Independent Market Operator. The union also represents workers at local distribution companies throughout the province, as well as local cable and telephone companies, the County of Brant, Kinectrics, New Horizon System Solutions, Inergi, operators at Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd. and finally casual employees through PWU hiring hall agreements. pwu.ca

Power Workers' Union
244 Eglinton Ave E, Toronto, ON M4P 1K2, Canada

The roots of the Power Workers’ Union go back to 1944, with the formation of the Employees’ Association at Ontario Hydro. Today, their members work throughout Ontario and make up a large majority of the employees at Ontario Power Generation, Bruce Power, TransAlta in Ottawa, Northwind Power, Mississagi Power, Hydro One and affiliate companies, the Electrical Safety Authority and the Independent Market Operator. The union also represents workers at local distribution companies throughout the province, as well as local cable and telephone companies, the County of Brant, Kinectrics, New Horizon System Solutions, Inergi, operators at Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd. and finally casual employees through PWU hiring hall agreements. pwu.ca

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Service Employees Union Local 800

SEU Local 800 represents over 20,000 members in various sectors such as building maintenance, school board support staff, manufacturing (plastic, metal, wood, cardboard, dairy products and others), hotel and restaurant, businesses and financial institutions. ues800.org

Service Employees Union Local 800
920 Rue de Port Royal E, Montréal, QC H2C 2B3, Canada

SEU Local 800 represents over 20,000 members in various sectors such as building maintenance, school board support staff, manufacturing (plastic, metal, wood, cardboard, dairy products and others), hotel and restaurant, businesses and financial institutions. ues800.org

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Syndicat québécois des employées et employés de service

The SQEES- 298 (FTQ) represents 25,000 members throughout Quebec, mainly in the health and social services sector. It is the largest union in private retirement homes and is also present in the CPE and the production of goods and services. It is affiliated with the FTQ, Quebec’s largest trade union, with over 600 000 members. sqees.ca

Syndicat québécois des employées et employés de service
565 Boul Crémazie E, Montréal, QC H2M 1R6, Canada

The SQEES- 298 (FTQ) represents 25,000 members throughout Quebec, mainly in the health and social services sector. It is the largest union in private retirement homes and is also present in the CPE and the production of goods and services. It is affiliated with the FTQ, Quebec’s largest trade union, with over 600 000 members. sqees.ca

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Toronto Civic Employees' Union

Toronto Civic Employees’ Union, Local 416 of the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE), represents over 8,000 City of Toronto workers who provide many of the quality public services that help make Toronto such a great city. TCEU is paramedics, social housing workers, water and wastewater specialists, librarians and other library workers, gardeners, labourers, animal control officers, parking lot attendants, and more. local416.ca

Toronto Civic Employees' Union
110 Laird Dr, East York, ON M4G 3V3, Canada

Toronto Civic Employees’ Union, Local 416 of the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE), represents over 8,000 City of Toronto workers who provide many of the quality public services that help make Toronto such a great city. TCEU is paramedics, social housing workers, water and wastewater specialists, librarians and other library workers, gardeners, labourers, animal control officers, parking lot attendants, and more. local416.ca

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United Food & Commercial Workers Locals 175 & 633

The United Food & Commercial Workers (UFCW) is one of the largest and most respected Unions in North America with over 1.5 million members. Over 230,000 workers belong to UFCW Canada. Of that number, 66,000 belong to Locals 175 & 633 – the largest UFCW local and the largest of any Union local in Canada. Local 175 represents workers in retail, hospitality, healthcare, manufacturing and industrial packaging, among other sectors, while Local 633 represents meat cutters. This combination makes for a very diverse union. ufcw175.com

United Food & Commercial Workers Locals 175 & 633
2200 Argentia Rd, Mississauga, ON L5N 2K7, Canada

The United Food & Commercial Workers (UFCW) is one of the largest and most respected Unions in North America with over 1.5 million members. Over 230,000 workers belong to UFCW Canada. Of that number, 66,000 belong to Locals 175 & 633 – the largest UFCW local and the largest of any Union local in Canada. Local 175 represents workers in retail, hospitality, healthcare, manufacturing and industrial packaging, among other sectors, while Local 633 represents meat cutters. This combination makes for a very diverse union. ufcw175.com

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University of Western Ontario Staff Association

The University of Western Ontario Staff Association represents nearly 1,100 administrative and technical staff at the University of Western Ontario. UWOSA has members in every department of the university, and also represents western employees who work at the teaching hospitals in London. Their members fulfill clerical and administrative roles; work as technicians in teaching and research laboratories, libraries, computing facilities, and a machine shop; staff residences and retail services; and work as drivers and storekeepers. Western depends on UWOSA members and could not operate without them. uwosa.ca

University of Western Ontario Staff Association
University Community Centre, 1151 Richmond St, London, ON N6A 2K5, Canada

The University of Western Ontario Staff Association represents nearly 1,100 administrative and technical staff at the University of Western Ontario. UWOSA has members in every department of the university, and also represents western employees who work at the teaching hospitals in London. Their members fulfill clerical and administrative roles; work as technicians in teaching and research laboratories, libraries, computing facilities, and a machine shop; staff residences and retail services; and work as drivers and storekeepers. Western depends on UWOSA members and could not operate without them. uwosa.ca

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Association des enseignantes et des enseignants franco-ontariens

AEFOThe Association des enseignantes et des enseignants franco-ontariens is a French-language labour organization whose 10,000 members work in Ontario’s French-language, Catholic and public, elementary and secondary schools and in other French-language establishments in Ontario. www.aefo.on.ca

Association des enseignantes et des enseignants franco-ontariens
290 Dupuis St, Vanier, ON K1L, Canada

AEFOThe Association des enseignantes et des enseignants franco-ontariens is a French-language labour organization whose 10,000 members work in Ontario’s French-language, Catholic and public, elementary and secondary schools and in other French-language establishments in Ontario. www.aefo.on.ca

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Canadian Union of Public Employees Local 79

CUPE Local 79 is the largest municipal local in Canada with a membership of approximately 18,000. Local 79 represents the full-time and part-time employees of the city of Toronto, Bridgepoint Hospital and the Toronto Community Housing Corp. Areas of representation include public health, homes for the aged, social services, parks and recreation, housing and court services, child care workers, ambulance dispatchers, nurses, city planners, hospital workers, building inspectors, shelter and hostel staff, public health nurses, water and sewage treatment employees and cleaners who work in numerous locations across Toronto, including police stations. cupelocal79.org

Canadian Union of Public Employees Local 79
34 St Patrick St, Toronto, ON M5T 1V1, Canada

CUPE Local 79 is the largest municipal local in Canada with a membership of approximately 18,000. Local 79 represents the full-time and part-time employees of the city of Toronto, Bridgepoint Hospital and the Toronto Community Housing Corp. Areas of representation include public health, homes for the aged, social services, parks and recreation, housing and court services, child care workers, ambulance dispatchers, nurses, city planners, hospital workers, building inspectors, shelter and hostel staff, public health nurses, water and sewage treatment employees and cleaners who work in numerous locations across Toronto, including police stations. cupelocal79.org

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University of Toronto Education Workers, Canadian Union of Public Employees Local 3902

CUPE Local 3902 represents over 10,000 contract academic workers, including sessional lecturers and teaching assistants, at the University of Toronto. cupe3902.org

University of Toronto Education Workers, Canadian Union of Public Employees Local 3902
180 Bloor St W #803, Toronto, ON M5S 1T6, Canada

CUPE Local 3902 represents over 10,000 contract academic workers, including sessional lecturers and teaching assistants, at the University of Toronto. cupe3902.org

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Ontario Public Service Employees Union

The Ontario Public Service Employees Union is one of Canada’s most democratic and dynamic unions. With approximately 115,000 full- and part-time members, nearly 500 locals, and 35 Regional Offices and Membership Centres across Ontario, OPSEU is the third largest union in the province. opseu.org

Ontario Public Service Employees Union
100 Lesmill Rd, North York, ON M3B 3P8, Canada

The Ontario Public Service Employees Union is one of Canada’s most democratic and dynamic unions. With approximately 115,000 full- and part-time members, nearly 500 locals, and 35 Regional Offices and Membership Centres across Ontario, OPSEU is the third largest union in the province. opseu.org

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Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation

The Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation is more than 60,000 members strong and was founded in 1919. OSSTF is more than teachers; they are educational assistants, continuing education teachers and instructors, psychologists, secretaries, speech-language pathologists, social workers, plant support personnel, attendance counselors, and many other education professionals. They only represent people in the field of education. No other representative organization has as much history and diversity in the field of public education in Ontario. osstf.on.ca

Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation
60 Mobile Dr, North York, ON M4A 2P3, Canada

The Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation is more than 60,000 members strong and was founded in 1919. OSSTF is more than teachers; they are educational assistants, continuing education teachers and instructors, psychologists, secretaries, speech-language pathologists, social workers, plant support personnel, attendance counselors, and many other education professionals. They only represent people in the field of education. No other representative organization has as much history and diversity in the field of public education in Ontario. osstf.on.ca

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Public Service Alliance of Canada

The Public Service Alliance of Canada is a national union which is the largest union representing members who work for the federal government and its agencies. They are also a diverse union representing many different jurisdictions beyond the federal government, including the territorial government in the north, airports, museums and a growing number of members in the university sector. PSAC is the 5th largest union in the country. psac.com

Public Service Alliance of Canada
233 Gilmour St, Ottawa, ON K2P, Canada

The Public Service Alliance of Canada is a national union which is the largest union representing members who work for the federal government and its agencies. They are also a diverse union representing many different jurisdictions beyond the federal government, including the territorial government in the north, airports, museums and a growing number of members in the university sector. PSAC is the 5th largest union in the country. psac.com

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Power Workers' Union

The roots of the Power Workers’ Union go back to 1944, with the formation of the Employees’ Association at Ontario Hydro. Today, their members work throughout Ontario and make up a large majority of the employees at Ontario Power Generation, Bruce Power, TransAlta in Ottawa, Northwind Power, Mississagi Power, Hydro One and affiliate companies, the Electrical Safety Authority and the Independent Market Operator. The union also represents workers at local distribution companies throughout the province, as well as local cable and telephone companies, the County of Brant, Kinectrics, New Horizon System Solutions, Inergi, operators at Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd. and finally casual employees through PWU hiring hall agreements. pwu.ca

Power Workers' Union
244 Eglinton Ave E, Toronto, ON M4P 1K2, Canada

The roots of the Power Workers’ Union go back to 1944, with the formation of the Employees’ Association at Ontario Hydro. Today, their members work throughout Ontario and make up a large majority of the employees at Ontario Power Generation, Bruce Power, TransAlta in Ottawa, Northwind Power, Mississagi Power, Hydro One and affiliate companies, the Electrical Safety Authority and the Independent Market Operator. The union also represents workers at local distribution companies throughout the province, as well as local cable and telephone companies, the County of Brant, Kinectrics, New Horizon System Solutions, Inergi, operators at Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd. and finally casual employees through PWU hiring hall agreements. pwu.ca

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Service Employees Union Local 800

SEU Local 800 represents over 20,000 members in various sectors such as building maintenance, school board support staff, manufacturing (plastic, metal, wood, cardboard, dairy products and others), hotel and restaurant, businesses and financial institutions. ues800.org

Service Employees Union Local 800
920 Rue de Port Royal E, Montréal, QC H2C 2B3, Canada

SEU Local 800 represents over 20,000 members in various sectors such as building maintenance, school board support staff, manufacturing (plastic, metal, wood, cardboard, dairy products and others), hotel and restaurant, businesses and financial institutions. ues800.org

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Syndicat québécois des employées et employés de service

The SQEES- 298 (FTQ) represents 25,000 members throughout Quebec, mainly in the health and social services sector. It is the largest union in private retirement homes and is also present in the CPE and the production of goods and services. It is affiliated with the FTQ, Quebec’s largest trade union, with over 600 000 members. sqees.ca

Syndicat québécois des employées et employés de service
565 Boul Crémazie E, Montréal, QC H2M 1R6, Canada

The SQEES- 298 (FTQ) represents 25,000 members throughout Quebec, mainly in the health and social services sector. It is the largest union in private retirement homes and is also present in the CPE and the production of goods and services. It is affiliated with the FTQ, Quebec’s largest trade union, with over 600 000 members. sqees.ca

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Toronto Civic Employees' Union

Toronto Civic Employees’ Union, Local 416 of the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE), represents over 8,000 City of Toronto workers who provide many of the quality public services that help make Toronto such a great city. TCEU is paramedics, social housing workers, water and wastewater specialists, librarians and other library workers, gardeners, labourers, animal control officers, parking lot attendants, and more. local416.ca

Toronto Civic Employees' Union
110 Laird Dr, East York, ON M4G 3V3, Canada

Toronto Civic Employees’ Union, Local 416 of the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE), represents over 8,000 City of Toronto workers who provide many of the quality public services that help make Toronto such a great city. TCEU is paramedics, social housing workers, water and wastewater specialists, librarians and other library workers, gardeners, labourers, animal control officers, parking lot attendants, and more. local416.ca

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United Food & Commercial Workers Locals 175 & 633

The United Food & Commercial Workers (UFCW) is one of the largest and most respected Unions in North America with over 1.5 million members. Over 230,000 workers belong to UFCW Canada. Of that number, 66,000 belong to Locals 175 & 633 – the largest UFCW local and the largest of any Union local in Canada. Local 175 represents workers in retail, hospitality, healthcare, manufacturing and industrial packaging, among other sectors, while Local 633 represents meat cutters. This combination makes for a very diverse union. ufcw175.com

United Food & Commercial Workers Locals 175 & 633
2200 Argentia Rd, Mississauga, ON L5N 2K7, Canada

The United Food & Commercial Workers (UFCW) is one of the largest and most respected Unions in North America with over 1.5 million members. Over 230,000 workers belong to UFCW Canada. Of that number, 66,000 belong to Locals 175 & 633 – the largest UFCW local and the largest of any Union local in Canada. Local 175 represents workers in retail, hospitality, healthcare, manufacturing and industrial packaging, among other sectors, while Local 633 represents meat cutters. This combination makes for a very diverse union. ufcw175.com

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University of Western Ontario Staff Association

The University of Western Ontario Staff Association represents nearly 1,100 administrative and technical staff at the University of Western Ontario. UWOSA has members in every department of the university, and also represents western employees who work at the teaching hospitals in London. Their members fulfill clerical and administrative roles; work as technicians in teaching and research laboratories, libraries, computing facilities, and a machine shop; staff residences and retail services; and work as drivers and storekeepers. Western depends on UWOSA members and could not operate without them. uwosa.ca

University of Western Ontario Staff Association
University Community Centre, 1151 Richmond St, London, ON N6A 2K5, Canada

The University of Western Ontario Staff Association represents nearly 1,100 administrative and technical staff at the University of Western Ontario. UWOSA has members in every department of the university, and also represents western employees who work at the teaching hospitals in London. Their members fulfill clerical and administrative roles; work as technicians in teaching and research laboratories, libraries, computing facilities, and a machine shop; staff residences and retail services; and work as drivers and storekeepers. Western depends on UWOSA members and could not operate without them. uwosa.ca

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