Ontario Public Service Employees Union Local 558

About OPSEU Local 558


Local 558 is a strong local union with more than 30 dedicated stewards. Read more »

Contact OPSEU Local 558


Find out who your steward is, add your name to our email list or call or email us. Read more »

Know Your Rights - OPSEU Local 558


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OPSEU Local 558 - Resources


Find information on SWFs, Benefits, Sick Leave and other work-related matters. Read more »

OPSEU Local 558 Unfettered


This is the online version of Local 558’s award winning newsletter. Read more »

Current Campaigns - OPSEU Local 558


These are some of the campaigns Local 558 is currently involved with. Read more »

Download the NEW Collective Agreement here

NEW Collective Agreement Online

Download the CAAT-A 2017-2021 Collective Agreement in PDF format
Download the NEW Collective Agreement here
OPSEU Logo The Ontario Public Service Employees Union (OPSEU) represents more than 130,000 public sector workers across Ontario.

OPSEU members work for the Ontario Public Service and the broader public service including health care, social services, education, the justice sector, the LCBO, Ontario Colleges, municipalities and more.

The Divisional is the governing body for Academic employees. Delegates (elected as per the Constitution) from each Community College attend the Divisional meeting. Visit the CAAT-A provincial page here.

The Divisional Executive (DIVEX) conducts Divisional business between meetings.  It ensures that the Division operates within the constitution, bylaws and decisions of the Division. The Executive consists of five persons elected by the Division.

Local 558 has been a key local in the CAAT-A Division and led the way in informative communication strategies. Local 558 has won numerous provincial awards for excellence in reporting.

Do you have an outstanding issue that needs to be resolved? Use our Contact page to contact us using your method of choice.

OPSEU Local 558 has been instrumental in representing and forwarding the rights of local and provincial members for decades. Negotiating new and better terms in the Collective Agreement begins at the local level but culminates within the provincial committees.
You can get involved in a variety of ways—from attending local meetings to coming on board as a steward to running as a local officer. You can also help by informing us of potential and ongoing worksite issues. Contact one of our stewards today or email or phone us.
Improving your work environment begins with understanding the Collective Agreement and suggesting ways in which it can be improved.

Do you have an outstanding issue that needs to be resolved? Use our Contact page to contact us using your method of choice.