What We Do
CIPP members are the professionals who work for the people of Ottawa. Through collective bargaining, representation, and advocacy, CIPP works for its members so they can focus on the work they are passionate about. We are committed to our members, our community, and to quality public services.
CIPP advocates for our members and the communities they serve.
Our labour relations staff help our members navigate a wide range of workplace issues. From questions about your collective agreement to human rights and workplace health and safety, we are here to help.
CIPP bargains with a member-first approach by including and listening to its members. Our negotiating teams are here to make sure our collective agreements reflect our members’ needs.
To express collective opposition to Bill 195, The Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) and the Ontario Council of Hospital Unions (OCHU) asked members of other Ontario and Ottawa area labour organizations, including CIPP, to join in the fight against this Bill.
Since its inception, Bill 195 has elicited criticism from Ontario’s elected officials, constitutional experts, legal experts, and labour unions. Here are the facts CIPP members need to know.
Find out how Bill 195 may impact you.