Four Villages health centre workers in Toronto join OPSEU

Non-profit facility opened in 1991

Staff at the Four Villages Community Health Centre in Toronto voted in favour of becoming members of the Ontario Public Service Employees Union (OPSEU).

In a vote the week of June 12, 58 staff members at the centre's two locations in west-end Toronto elected to join OPSEU after a short organizing drive, said the union.

Four Villages is a non-profit primary health care facility that was first established in 1991. The centre provides health promotion, patient education, and primary health care delivery.

The Four Villages group that joined OPSEU is made up of nurse practitioners, registered nurses, chiropodists, physiotherapists, dieticians, social workers, therapists and medical secretaries.

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