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Society Of United Professionals Collective Agreement

“This agreement recognizes our staff`s significant contributions to providing exceptional customer service, reducing costs, improving the reliability of Ontario`s electrical system and increasing shareholder value,” said Paul Dobson, Executive President and CEO of Hydro One. “Hydro One is committed to building relationships with union leadership, and I want to thank our bargaining teams for their hard work and collaboration over the past few months.” TORONTO, April 30, 2019 /PRNewswire/ – Hydro One Inc. and the Society of United Professionals (“the Society”) are pleased to announce that union members have voted in favour of a two-year collective agreement. The collective agreement between Hydro One Inc. and the company employs approximately 1,500 employees in critical engineering, monitoring and administrative tasks. “The Society of United Professionals is proud to work with employers to negotiate collective agreements that are fair to all,” said Scott Travers, President of the Society. “I am very pleased that our members voted in favour of this agreement.” Through the Society of United Professionals: The Society of United Professionals was founded more than 70 years ago by engineers who wanted better working conditions. Today, the company represents 8,000 professionals across Ontario in the public, private and non-profit sectors. Members of the company include engineers, lawyers and superiors among many other professions.

Learn more about www.thesociety.ca and follow us on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. Bruce Power Collective Negotiations with the Society of United Professionals is expected to continue next week with the support of a Ministry of Labour conciliator . . . . Hydro One is working with the ACT Foundation to… Bruce Power is an important, cost-effective and reliable source of electricity that Ontario families and businesses rely on every day. We will continue to focus on this role and involve our suppliers, union partners and employees, while ensuring that we continue to play an important role in the province`s electricity supply.

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