CCAC Provincial Boundary Map


To find your local region, please enter your postal code

NSM Logo

CCAC Labour Disruption Comes to an End

​Talks resumed Saturday, February 14 between the CCACs and the Ontario Nurses' Association (ONA) with a mediator from the Ministry of Labour, to resolve the strike and get the ONA-represented employees in nine CCACs across the province back to work. 

The CCACs and ONA reached an agreement to participate in interest arbitration to settle the outstanding issue regarding wages. In the meantime, ONA-represented employees will begin returning to their workplaces on Tuesday, February 17.

"We are very pleased that we will be able to resume our full range of care to patients," says Megan Allen-Lamb, provincial CCAC spokesperson, and CEO of North Simcoe Muskoka CCAC. "We thank our patients, and health care partners in the home, community, long-term care and hospital sectors for their patience and support through this time.  We look forward to having our employees return to CCACs to resume their important work in providing care to patients."

This agreement will bring to an end to the 16 days of labour disruption that affected nine of Ontario's 14 CCACs.

- 30 -

For more information:

John Priddle
Director, Strategic Engagement, OACCAC


About the CCAC

Community Care Access Centres (CCACs) connect people across Ontario with quality in‐home and community‐based health care. CCACs provide information, access to qualified care providers and community‐based services to help people come home from hospital or live independently at home.