About 350 OPSEU members picketed the Liberal policy conference at Blue Mountain Resort in Collingwood May 14th. Upset about a spring budget that placed corporate tax cuts ahead of public needs such as health care, education and social services, OPSEU members stopped cars, handed out leaflets, and spoke to members of the public. A short video of the four-hour picket is below.
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