Ontario Labor Relations Board refuses to count votes

Despite a supervised vote by the Ontario Labor Relations Board, Ontario’s colleges are refusing to have the ballot boxes opened and the votes counted following a historic vote by part-time and sessional faculty members on whether to join a union. "The fact that the vote was not automatically counted because of opposition by the colleges comes as a shock to the thousands who cast their ballots," said Roger Couvrette, president of the organization of part-time and sessional college workers (OPSECAAT), at a media conference today at Hamilton’s Mohawk College. "It was a democratic vote and it’s time to count the […]
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