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Collective Bargaining and Information Services

  • Content last reviewed: October 2015

Collective Bargaining Information Services unit collects, analyses and distributes information on approximately 13,300 collective bargaining relationships in Ontario.

The service provides research and analytical support to a variety of clients including government, labour and management, school boards, law firms, negotiators and academics.

The service compiles and analyses labour relations trends, collective bargaining outcomes, wages and benefits, and prepares a number of related reports.

In addition to a labour relations/collective bargaining information database, an up-to-date collective agreements and arbitration decisions (awards) repository is maintained and made available to clients.