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Bill 124 Decision

On Wednesday, December 14, OSSTF/FEESO held a pair of all-member town halls to provide information to members about the current state of bargaining and the November 29, 2022, Ontario Superior Court decision finding that Bill 124 was unconstitutional. Bill 124, introduced in 2019, was wage suppression legislation that limited compensation increases for workers in the broader public sector workers to 1% annually for a three-year period.


For those members who were unable to join those townhalls, or members who wish to have access to this information to assist in discussions about these important issues over the course of the upcoming winter break, attached to this is an information sheet about education sector bargaining and an FAQ about the Bill 124 decision.


Summary


https://mcusercontent.com/fd92d8e08ce1d6b287b53b308/files/467c04dd-2a92-244e-89be-3fd1a9793571/083_Attach_1_Summary_on_Central_Bargaining_under_the_SBCBA.pdf



Q and A Bill 124


https://mcusercontent.com/fd92d8e08ce1d6b287b53b308/files/a4b1f451-dd94-acdf-3a90-99d9af0c3088/083_Attach_2_Q_and_A_Bill_124_Decision.pdf


Flow Chart


https://mcusercontent.com/fd92d8e08ce1d6b287b53b308/files/59f2dd38-1320-b200-d4fd-fadf9d63e206/083_Attach_3_Flow_Chart.pdf

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