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  • Labour Day

    Honouring Frontline Workers This Labour Day 2021

    Labour Day is coming up and it will be a great opportunity to thank and honour frontline workers for all their dedication and hard work during the pandemic.

  • Scholarship

    Vote Now For Your 2021 SEIU Healthcare Scholarship Winners!

    Every year, SEIU Healthcare gives away four $1,800 scholarships to help you and your children with your academic journeys.

  • event

    One Year Out Facebook Live Event

    You’re invited to our One Year Out Facebook Live Event. We are sharing what actions and mobilizations are needed over the next 365 days to ensure that on Wednesday, June 2, 2022, Ontario elects a government that will be there and show up for frontline healthcare workers.

  • City Hall

    Despite heroic sacrifices, Ontario health-care workers face real wage cuts

    Health-care workers are telling the Ford government that its wage restraint program profoundly devalues the contribution they’ve made, and that it must go now

  • updates

    Important Bargaining Updates: Withdrawal Management Unit

    Your SEIU Bargaining Team met with the hospital virtually on February 9, 11, and March 15, 2021, to negotiate and renew the Withdrawal Management Unit Collective Agreement.

  • Meeting

    Hospital Council Townhall Video

    SEIU Healthcare- Hospital Council Townhall Video


    Tea & Health Session For SEIU Healthcare Members

    Now more than ever, we are being asked to manage our health in a pandemic where the government is failing to provide us with adequate sick days, pandemic pay, improved health and safety measures, or additional support during this time.


    Happy Chinese New Year!

    In the 21st century, the national holiday starts on the first of the Lunar Calendar and ends on the 15 of the first month. This year, Chinese New Year begins on February 12 and ends February 26 with the Lantern Festival.

  • BHM

    2021 Black History Month Invite

    SEIU Healthcare invites you to our first-ever virtual Black History Month event. Join us as we enjoy live performances, hear from incredible guest speakers, jump into a brave conversation about racism and discrimination, and discuss new ways to unify and make much-needed changes regarding equity and inclusion.


    Respect Us, Protect Us, Pay Us!

    With the pandemic compounding stress levels at work, we MUST make our nursing voices heard in 2021 Hospital Bargaining. Raise your voice by completing the RPN Working Conditions Survey.

  • Member

    New Member Orientation

    Check out a segment from our Digital New Member Orientation on Monday, January 25th to learn a little more about SEIU Healthcare.

  • Winner

    MGH Holiday Food Truck Prize Winners

    Thank you to all those who attended our Holiday Food Truck events at Michael Garron Hospital in December. We appreciate you taking the time to visit us and drop by for some delicious food. All attendees were entered into our SEIU Healthcare Holiday Raffle to win $75.00 President’s Choice gift cards. Congratulations to all our winners.

  • PAY Equit

    Pay Equity Legal Action Starting January 2021

    SEIU Healthcare will be commencing next steps in our legal battle to win pay equity for workers at Michael Garron Hospital. Executives within hospital management have put off giving you what you’re owed for too long.

  • News

    Important Update About The B2 Pay Schedule

    This is an important notice for those on the B2 Pay Schedule (which is most non-nursing Michael Garron Hospital Staff). If you are unsure what schedule you fall under, please contact your union representative or human resources.

  • MGH

    16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence

    Domestic violence has increased dramatically since the covid-19 pandemic began. This has affected women’s working lives in a dramatic way.

  • Doug Ford Letter

    Urgent Government Action Needed For Ontario Hospitals

    I’m writing to urge you to act more boldly in the face of the growing risks Ontario’s hospital workers are facing on the frontlines of a dangerous, global pandemic. Simply put, this is no time for complacency. Case loads are on the rise. Hospitals are filling up. Our system requires urgent attention, now.