EAST PARK FAMILY DAY AND BBQ
On AUGUST 26, 2017 from 12:00 – 2:00pm their will be a BBQ for all of the OPSUE Local 166 Members and their families. Members and their children will be given 2 tickets for East Park activities. Please RSVP – firstname.lastname@example.org
The bargaining team of Royalcliffe and staff were able to reach a tentative agreement, ratification to follow. This round of bargaining was very difficult for the team but they remained united on their demands. The members in this unit will see a significant pay increase when the minimum wage increases to $15. The starting wage for many of the members in this unit start at $12.55 and tops out at $14.01.
The members at Craigwood Youth Services voted in favor of the accepting the final offer from the employer after nearly 3 years of bargaining their expired contract.
Mick Chalmers, Denise Sands, Jonathan Guider and Angelo Currado (Left to Right)
The bargaining team successfully fought off a very long list of concessions!
They are back to the table in only 13 months.
Rick Mercer accepted the Stanley Knowles Humanitarian Award and referenced the “Spread the Net” project. OPSEU donated $5000 and challenged locals to donate.
OPSEU Local donated $500
The LEC for Local 166 held a vote and Unanimously decided to fund another East Park Family Day. Stay tuned for details!
Nearly 200 members and their families came out to enjoy the great weather at East Park for the 2nd annual Local 166 BBQ!
The weather was perfect for a fun day at the waterpark . The park provided a great opportunity for members to kick back and get to know eachother a little better as everyone enjoyed some great food along with everything that East Park had to offer on a great summer afternoon.