On April 8 and 9, 2013, the Ontario Public Service Employees Union (“OPSEU”) published statements on news wire websites, OPSEU’s website, and certain blog websites, regarding Procom Consultants Group Ltd. (“Procom”). The statements accused Procom of impropriety with respect to purported bargaining with OPSEU. OPSEU confirms and accepts that the contents of the statements were untrue of Procom.
OPSEU regrets any damage or harm that may have been caused to the reputation and integrity of Procom and hereby unequivocally and unreservedly retracts all the allegations in the aforesaid statements about Procom and apologizes to Procom.
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