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AMAPCEO

March 26, 2014 14:00 ET

Media Advisory: AMAPCEO's Releases Result of First-Ever Strike Vote

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - March 26, 2014) - The Ontario public service union, AMAPCEO, will disclose tomorrow the outcome of the historic strike vote by its OPS members.

AMAPCEO and its Employer, the Government of Ontario, began negotiations for a new Collective Agreement in February of this year. Government negotiators have made a mean-spirited series of demands that would result in devastating cuts, including to their members' health and wellness benefits, retiree benefits, sick leave, disability provisions and salary progression.

AMAPCEO has always considered the financial constraints of the government and it is willing to be reasonable at the bargaining table, but it insists public servants deserve fairness. These proposed cuts pose real hardships for employees and Ontario families, and members have said enough is enough.

Find out how the provincial government wants to slash AMAPCEO provisions including health and wellness benefits.

What: Media Conference about AMAPCEO strike vote
When: 12:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 27, 2014
Where: Media Studio, Queen's Park
For more information about AMAPCEO OPS bargaining, visit:
http://iminamapceo.ca/bargainingNews/news

AMAPCEO is the Association of Management, Administrative and Professional Crown Employees of Ontario and is a bargaining agent representing approximately 11,500 professional and supervisory employees who work in the Ontario Public Service directly for the Government of Ontario, in every ministry and in a number of agencies, boards and commissions; in over 130 communities across the province and in 11 cities outside Canada. AMAPCEO also represents over 500 employees in the broader public sector who work at the Office of the Provincial Advocate for Children and Youth, Public Health Ontario, the Ontario Racing Commission, Health Quality Ontario, Ontario Arts Council and the Office of the French Language Services Commissioner.

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