The Ontario School Board Coordinating Committee unites 55,000 school board workers in the public, Catholic, English and French school systems across the province.

We are the backbone of the education system and include education assistants, school library workers, administrative assistants, custodians and tradespeople, early childhood educators, instructors, nutrition service workers, school safety monitors and social workers, in schools and board offices.

OSBCC allows education workers from across the province to share information and strategies for bargaining, and to discuss issues and policies of concern. We help locals fight contracting out and defend public education in the face of budget cuts.

Bulletins and Communications from OSBCC

CUPE_Bulletin March 2017

OSBCC Second update of  March 2017

OSBCC_Third update of 2017_May 2017

CUPE_Bulletin-EN-9June2017 – v2 – Digital

Memorandum – Contract Extensions – Funding Enhancements