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The Ontario University Workers Coordinating Committee is a voluntary association of CUPE locals totaling more than 20,000 members working in the university sector.

This includes security, parking, skilled trades, clerical, administrative, caretaking, teaching, food service, technical, research and library workers.

Most work directly for the province’s universities, although some work for contractors on campuses. 

The OUWCC’s activities include coordinating university bargaining and province-wide campaigns, political action on university issues, and facilitating information-sharing between locals.

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Where’s The Funding for Ontario’s Universities?

Campus Reports:

Click here to read the 2014 Campus Reports from University sector locals

We Are U of T: Local 3902 support website:

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Other materials:

Watch the video from CUPE local 3903: “We are CUPE 3903” – a recently shot video that introduces students and members of the community to CUPE 3903, the largest union at York University.  For more information visit

Read stories from more than 600 Carleton Instructors at

Carleton University attempts to withold Teaching Assistant Tuition Rebate

CUPE’s Response to Ministry of Training Colleges and Universities

Re. Strengthening Ontario’s Centers of Creativity, Innovation and Knowledge

Download the 2012 OUWCC Conference Report (English)   (French)

OUWCC Newsletter – February 2012 (English)    (French)

OUWCC Newsletter – December 2011 (English)   (French)