TORONTO, ON., November 17, 2023 – More than 4,300 Ontario Nurses’ Association (ONA) members who work in Home and Community Care Support Services (HCCSS) across the province have reached a tentative agreement pending ratification, during conciliation with their employer.
TORONTO, ON., November 15, 2023 – More than 4,300 Ontario Nurses’ Association (ONA) members who work in Home and Community Care Support Services (HCCSS) across the province are in conciliation this week with Ontario Health. If conciliation fails to meet their bargaining demands for fair wages and safe staffing, they expect to take escalating actions to fight for better health care in the sector.
TORONTO, ON., October 30, 2023 – Front-line nurses and health-care professionals are calling foul on the Ford Conservative government’s disastrous health-care policies in a new advertising campaign, launched by the Ontario Nurses’ Association today.
THUNDER BAY, ON, October 25, 2023 – Healthcare workers including nurses, personal support workers, clinical staff, and social workers at St. Joseph’s Care Group in Thunder Bay are taking action to oppose the Ford government’s plan to contract out hospital services to private, for-profit clinics.
Get some background on this round of HCCSS bargaining and find out what happens next.
TORONTO, ON – Workers from hospitals across Toronto held a series of rallies today outside St. Joseph’s Health Centre, St. Michael’s Hospital, and Providence Healthcare to speak out against the Ford government’s plan to privatize hospital services. Healthcare workers from the three sites, which are operated by Unity Health Toronto, included nurses, personal support workers, laboratory technologists, health care aides, cleaners, clerical staff, and many more.
TORONTO, ON, July 10, 2023 – On July 13, Toronto hospital workers, including frontline nurses, medical laboratory technologists, health care aides, cleaners, clerical staff and many more, will be holding city-wide rallies to protest against the privatization of hospital services.
THUNDER BAY, ON – Front-line hospital workers from Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre delivered a petition to hospital management today, calling on the hospital president to take a stand against the provincial government’s plan to privatize hospital services.
The Ontario Nurses’ Association is working with the Ontario Federation of Labour (OFL), unions and community members across the province as part of a campaign to tackle the cost-of-living crisis. As Ontarians face skyrocketing inflation, wage suppression, and a crumbling public health care system, this campaign brings people together to say: Enough is Enough!
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