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Work terms and conditions of the Sault Ste. Marie employees will now be secure until negotiations for a fair collective agreement are complete.
PSAC has consistently opposed privatization of the Ontario Lottery Gaming Corporation. It has been well documented that publically run lotteries have a better track record in increasing profits, to pay for public services and programs.
Skip to main content. You are here Home PSAC welcomes newly unionized OLG workers. Text Size: A A A. Marie had previously tried to organize with PSAC in Unfortunately, the campaign was unsuccessful after the final vote was narrowly defeated.
This summer, after waiting the one-year grace period needed before a new organizing drive could take place, workers reached out to PSAC to attempt a second drive.
Toronto - On May 16,, the Ontario Labour Relations Board certified the Public Service Alliance of Canada PSAC , to represent 92 workers at the Ontario Lottery and Gaming OLG Lesmill Lab, an I.
Following the successful unionization of their colleagues at the OLG Sault Ste Marie headquarters, OLG Lesmill workers reached out to PSAC about a campaign of their own.
Like other non-unionized OLG workers across the province, those at Lesmill had their wages frozen for years. The desire for better working conditions and concerns about an impending privatization process motivated these workers to unionize to protect and improve their working conditions.
PSAC has consistently opposed the privatization of the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation. These workers can now look forward to the backing of their union and its members as they negotiate their first collective agreement.