(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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No financial gains for Unifor members at Ornge, but work hours stay intact

Mr. Hodges has issued his interest award to renew the collective agreement between Ornge and members of Unifor Local 2002...

3:44 PM | February 21, 2014

Ornge: Unifor president writes health and long-term care minister

Unifor President Jerry Dias has written to the Minister of Health and Long-Term Care Deb Matthews to express his dismay at recent disclosures made during bargaining at Ornge...

3:48 PM | October 18, 2013

Bargaining update for the membership of Ornge

It has now been one year since the current collective agreement at Ornge expired...

10:00 AM | October 8, 2013

Ornge employees raise funds for families of deceased co-workers

It is a tragedy of the magnitude that would immobilize most people...

2:15 PM | June 5, 2013

CAW Mourns the Loss of Ornge Heroes

Canadians awakened this morning to tragic news; in the early morning hours, an Ornge air ambulance helicopter went down en route from Moosonee to Attawapiskat...

2:30 PM | May 31, 2013

Ornge training cuts compromise safety

The decision by Ornge management to cancel mandatory Helicopter Underwater Escape Training (HUET) puts the safety of Ornge members and their patients at risk, says CAW National President Ken Lewenza...

4:08 PM | May 3, 2013

Ornge bargaining a slow and frustrating process

Since bargaining commenced on November 19, 2012, the CAW has met with the company on eight separate occasions...

2:53 PM | March 12, 2013
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