Ornge

(Ontario) - Responsible for patient care and medical transfers, Ornge operates the largest and most sophisticated program of aero-medical transport in North America. Its operations currently serve the 12.5 million residents of the province of Ontario.
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Unifor prepared to present final arguments to Ornge and Arbitrator Hodges

It’s been almost 18 months since the collective agreement between Unifor and Ornge expired.

The bargaining surveys the membership completed in the summer of 2015 gave the Unifor bargaining committee a clear understanding of the issues the members wanted brought to the negotiating table...

3:00 PM | March 17, 2017

Unifor and Ornge enter new phase of bargaining

During the summer of 2015 – prior to the collective agreement expiring on October 31, 2015 – your bargaining began preparing...

5:00 PM | January 21, 2017

Ornge Bargaining Update

On November 15, 2016, the union and company resumed negotiations and agreed to enter into an agreement with Arbitrator Tom Hodges...

5:00 PM | December 9, 2016

Unifor and Ornge appoint arbitrator to negotiations

On November 15, 2016 your Unifor bargaining committee resumed negotiations with ORNGE...

9:00 PM | November 18, 2016

Unifor and Ministry of Health assess changes at Ornge

On June 15, 2016 the Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB) issued their investigation report regarding the tragic accident of the Ornge Sikorsky S-76A helicopter on May 31, 2013 which claimed the lives all those aboard...

3:45 PM | June 24, 2016

System failed Ornge helicopter crew killed in Moosonee crash: Unifor

The crew who perished in a fatal 2013 helicopter crash in Moosonee, ON was failed by Ornge, said Unifor...

5:00 PM | June 15, 2016

Ornge Bargaining Update (revised)

To date, your Unifor bargaining committee has sat down with the employer for a total of 3 days in hopes of [ultimately] reaching a new collective agreement...

4:00 PM | May 25, 2016
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