After a long evaluation process we are ready to announce the scholarship winners. Before we do we’d like to let you know that there were 90 applicants for the general scholarship and 15 for the aboriginal scholarship. The decisions were
CAUT (the Canadian Association of University Teachers) is sponsoring a lecture in Toronto (New College at Uof T) on March 1st with Dr. Sandra Grey, president of the Tertiary Education Union in New Zealand. She’ll be talking about efforts in her
Mayworks Festival of Working People and the Arts is excited to give you a sneak peak of the 31st annual Festival, set to take place from May 1 – 14, 2016 at various locations across the GTA. The full line-up
The Ontario government has been conducting pre-budget consultations. The following are the comments made by our good friend and colleague Lynn Dee Eason, President of OPSEU Local 613 representing faculty at Sault College. Her remarks provide a great synopsis of
WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 17, 2016 – 4:00 P.M. to 6:00 P.M.
@ St. James Campus; 200 King Street East; room SJA 217A
social to follow: 6PM at The Jason George 100 Front St. E.
AGENDA:Election of Delegates/Alternates to OPSEU Convention (April
As faculty at George Brown College and members of OPSEU Local 556, your local union dues support five $1000 scholarships/bursaries for full time students that can demonstrate a financial need. These scholarships/bursaries are made possible through your local union dues
To all faculty:
George Brown College has recently switched from peer note takers to a third-party app, Note Taking Express (NTE). NTE is an Alberta-based company that allows students to audio-record classes using their app; then send the recording to
Join OPSEU Region 5 at the 2015 Labour Day Parade!
When: Monday , September 7, 8:30 a.m.
Where: University Ave (east side, just south of Dundas St.)
Invite your OPSEU colleagues
Bring your family, kids, and friends
Our contract for the next few years is now available in electronic version.
Here is the English version
Voici la version Francaise
From The Toronto Star October 22nd. Article