Now is the time for resilience and solidarity. The Board of the Ontario Public Interest Research Group - Toronto wish to express our solidarity with the workers of CUPE 3902 Unit 1 in their upcoming strike at the University of Toronto. Driven by member discontent in the face of a shoddy tentative agreement, we will stand with these workers on the picket lines and in action. The University has shown its hand, its callous disregard for student labour on our three campuses and CUPE 3902 will have our unconditional support during this strike.
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OPIRG-Toronto Social and Environmental Justice Symposium has been postponed in solidarity with the CUPE 3902 strike
Before you read below, please know this event is postponed until further notice. We will not be hosting this event on campus space during the CUPE 3902 strike in solidarity with the workers on strike. In solidarity with striking workers, OPIRG Toronto has decided not to use campus space for the duration of the strike and we do not want to ask any of our presenters, facilitators or attendees to cross picket lines and/or access space on a struck campus.
Dear OPIRG Toronto Members and Allies,
The Board of the Ontario Public Interest Research Group - Toronto wishes to express our solidarity with the workers of CUPE 3902 Units 1 and 3 in their current bargaining with the University of Toronto. As in past bargaining years, the University has continued to act in regressive fashion towards labour on our three campuses and if this results in a strike, CUPE 3902 will have our unconditional support.