Central West Lhin Collective Agreement

Central West LHIN is a mosaic of geographic and cultural diversity and is home to more than 922,000 people and plans, integrates, finances and oversees the local health system for the Brampton, Caledon, Dufferin, Malton, North Etobicoke and West Woodbridge areas. “Making a healthy change together” is a reference to collective responsibility. Because LHIN Central West plans, integrates, finances and oversees the local health system, it does so in collaboration with a large number of health care providers (PSPs), local partners and local residents, recognizing that the health needs of local communities are better understood by those who live and work there. Both residents and health care professionals attach great importance to their health care system and the need for it to respond to local communities. Together, we are making healthy changes! You can also contact your staff representative or the nearest regional office to get a copy of your collective agreement. Here is a list of all the regional offices. OpsEU regularly receives applications from members covered by collective agreements across the province to obtain copies of their central contract. The following six links provide easy access and allow you to download a copy of your collective agreement in Adobe format. OPSEU represents workers in too many collective agreement units to provide copies of collective agreements to individual employers on the site. If you can`t find your collective agreement on this page, you can search for it in our private sector – the membership portal. Please log on to the members` portal to verify that your collective agreement has been published for you. Tom Miller, Director, Communications at tom.miller@lhins.on.ca or 905.796.0040 (x2271) . Ontario Public Service January 1, 2015-December 31, 2017 Liquor Control Board of Ontario April 1-2017 -_March 31,2021 LCBO Collective Agreement .pdf Reflet Salvéo (French Language Health Plan Entity) The following table lists the number of Francophone residents (from 2006, population census data, using a definition based on the first official language of the LHIN subregian: with more than 922,000 inhabitants (7 per cent of Ontario`s population), central West LHIN has experienced considerable growth over the past 20 years.

With the province`s highest growth rate over the next ten years – more than 17,000 new inhabitants per year – the population of the LHIN is expected to reach nearly 1.1 million by 2025. This site is managed by the Local Health Integration Network. Copyright Information: © Queen`s Printer for Ontario, 2014 2018-2021 OPSEU Corrections Collectives Agreement (Final) Hospital Professionals Division Central Commissions 2019-2022 HPD Central Agreement population and health profiles of Central West municipalities. Municipal Property Assessment Corporation January 1, 2019 – 31. December 2022 MPAC Collective Agreement.pdf 2015-2017 OPSEU Central – Unified Agreement (final) 2018-2021 OPS Unified Extension Pay Agreement 2017-2021 Unified To ensure a coherent provincial approach to strategic development and implementation of FLS intern within LHIN and former health systems, coordination of activities between LHIN.