Collective Bargaining Ontario
We provide neutral collective bargaining information. The resources and tools are aimed at supporting a successful and stable labour relations climate by providing access to open and transparent information.
View dynamic and fully customizable reports in real-time featuring our collective agreement data, with drill down, export, print and share options.
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Collective Agreement Provision Reports
Collective agreements contain provisions which set out the employment terms and conditions for employees, and which regulate the rights, privileges and duties of employees, employers, and unions.
Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) and Lump Sum provisions
Reports containing Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) and Lump Sum provisions
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) and Anti-Racism provisions
Reports containing Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) and Anti-Racism provisions
Discrimination, Harassment and Coercion provisions (new)
Reports containing Discrimination, Harassment and Coercion provisions
Collective Bargaining Reports
Collective Bargaining Highlights
Overview of collective bargaining activity in Ontario
Expiring Collective Agreements
Expiring collective agreements by date, industry, sector, union, etc.
Industry-specific yearly snapshots of collective bargaining data
Employer Listing Report
List of active employer and union bargaining relationships
Collective Agreements Interactive Search
Search for collective agreements and interest arbitration awards filed with MLITSD
Customized Agreements Listing
Customize and view collective agreement listings using advanced search refiners by employer, union, industry, legislation, etc.
Labour Relations Services
Trade unions and employers can apply online to the Ministry of Labour, Immigration, Training and Skills Development for neutral conciliation and arbitration assistance.
Bargaining parties can file their collective agreements online with the Ministry of Labour, Immigration, Training and Skills Development.
Houses public and private sector collective agreements in Ontario. Search collective agreements and their associated generations via the self-serve, online portal.
A self-serve, online service that allows Ontarians to search for grievance arbitration awards that have been filed pursuant to the Labour Relations Act, 1995 with the Minister of Labour, Immigration, Training and Skills Development since 2014.
Learn how to get help resolving grievances in a unionized workplace through the appointment of a grievance mediator from the Ministry of Labour, Immigration, Training and Skills Development.
Learn how to get help resolving grievances in a unionized workplace through the appointment of a grievance arbitrator.
Agreements settled in August 2023:
- Regional Municipality of Waterloo (Office, Clerical/Technical) and CUPE Local 1883 (approximately 860 employees)
A three-year renewal agreement, effective from July 1, 2023 to June 30, 2026. Wage adjustment of $1.00 and wage increases of 3% in the first year, and 2.25% in each of the subsequent years.
- City of Greater Sudbury (outside) and CUPE Local 4705 (approximately 523 employees)
A four-year renewal agreement, effective from April 1, 2023 to March 31, 2027. Wage increases of 3% on April 1 of each year.
- Hydro One CSO (Customer Service Operations) and Power Workers’ Union, CUPE, Local 1000 (approximately 320 employees)
A three-year renewal agreement, effective from October 1, 2022 to September 30, 2025. Wage increases of 4.5% on October 1, 2022, 4% on October 1, 2023, and 3.5% on October 1, 2024.