3219 Special Notice

Due to COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 3219 elections have been postponed until health and safety regulations allow a meeting.

Summer Student Application Form

The 2021 Summer Student recruitment process is now underway.  On the TDSB public website there are application forms for the following summer student positions:
Unit D – Summer Student Caretakers
Unit D – Distribution Centre (Warehouse) Summer Students
Unit E – Grounds Summer Students
Please visit the link below to apply:

Application Deadline: Friday, January 29, 2021 at 4:30 pm 




MCSTC UPDATE – MAY 1, 2020



MCSTC UPDATE – APRIL 15, 2020


MCSTC UPDATE – APRIL 2, 2020


MCSTC UPDATE – MARCH 25, 2020


Issues with calls to OTIP

We have recent reports of members not being able to call into OTIP as well as issues with outbound calls. Capacity limitation has been identified within the Rogers network and not specific to OTIP.

With the priority being Government and Healthcare users, the time to resolution is currently unknown. Until then, there may be intermittent breaks where inbound and outbound calls may occasionally get through. If there is an urgent matter, kindly use email at this time.

We apologize for the inconvenience and will update further as events unfold.


COVID-19 Guide

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OCEW Update #4

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Results of the special called meeting to vote on authorizing the Ontario Council of Educational Workers (of which the MCSTC is a member) to call a central issue strike if necessary to reach a satisfactory agreement was 95% in favour.


OCEW Benefit Plan Update

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OPINION: Avoid shoddy work by using unionized tradespeople for public construction projects

A number of municipalities, school boards, social housing corporations and other public bodies have longstanding arrangements that see their construction projects built by skilled tradespeople who are members of our province’s major construction unions.

Why have these relationships stood the test of time? Because the employees are well trained, they work safer and, in the long run, are not a significantly greater cost to the taxpayer than their non-unionized counterparts.

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Bill Robinson Award Recipient

 

 

 

 

 

 


OCEW Benefit Plan Update


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