For strength & support at work

Stack of coins growing taller

Higher wages

Better benefits

Job security


It’s fast, easy, and 100% confidential!
Juicy red apple with OPSEU/SEFPO logo

March 15 – March 17:


Online voting begins: Tuesday, March 15 (noon)

Online voting closes: Thursday, March 17 (noon)

Why vote YES to OPSEU/SEFPO?

Voting yes to OPSEU/SEFPO is voting to give Peel Lunchroom Supervisors a stronger voice and a stronger chance at:

Higher wages

Better benefits

Job security


When do I vote?

  • Online voting begins: Tuesday, March 15 (noon)
  • Online voting closes: Thursday, March 17 (noon)

How do I vote?

You can vote: Online

Look for an email from vote@simplyvoting.com. Before the vote begins, you will be emailed a personal identification number (PIN) to your Peel (work) email address.

The PIN is strictly for personal use and must not be shared. A valid PIN is required to vote.

Will my employer or co-workers know how I voted?

No. The vote will be held by secret ballot. Voters are entitled to vote without interference, restraint, or coercion.

What if I don’t receive a PIN number, or cannot access my PIN number?

Call the Ontario Labour Relations Board (OLRB) Help Desk at: 416-326-7479

The OLRB Help Desk will be available to help you:

  • Tuesday, March 15 – 2 pm to 5 pm
  • Wednesday, March 16 – 9:30 am to 11:30 am and 3 pm to 5 pm
  • Thursday, March 17 – 9 am to 11 am

Please leave a detailed message with your full name, contact information, and OLRB case number 2248-21-R, and a Labour Relations Officer will respond to your message as soon as possible.

Question on the ballot:

In your employment relations with your Employer, do you wish to be represented by the Union?


Sandra Cadeau



Patti Markland

Phil Pollard

Jeremy Thibodeau

Alyssa Walker

OPSEU/SEFPO vs no union? It’s no comparison!


No union

Protection against dismissal or discipline

Employer can dismiss or discipline you almost at will

A “grievance procedure” to settle disputes (which could be ruled on by an independent judge called an “arbitrator”)

Employer has “the last say” in most disputes

Regular consultation between your elected union reps and the employer

No requirement for consultation

The workplace rights in an OPSEU/SEFPO contract are legally binding – your managers *must* follow the contract

You have few workplace rights – your managers can do almost anything they want when they want

Fair job competitions and promotions

Employer decides who gets transferred and/or promoted

OPSEU/SEFPO provides expert bargaining and workplace assistance

You are on your own