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ETFO is a union committed to social justice and equity. We represent over 83,000 educators in elementary schools across Ontario.
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Elementary Educators 2h
ICYMI on Saturday ETFO attended Ford fest with this message. Our work to stand with students and defend publicly funded public education will continue all summer long as MPPs are back in their communities. Join us!
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col7 16h
Advocating for education, inclusivity, equality and love. It's all about the ❤️
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Elementary Educators 20h
We are marching with educator pride and always striving for inclusion. Happy pride to all in the LGBTQ communities!
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Elementary Educators 21h
The ETFO Executive team is here to show their solidarity and love for the LGBTQ communities. Together we say - educators have got your back!
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Elementary Educators 22h
Educators are here at Toronto to say to all LGBTQ students and families we support you. Stand tall and keep on, keep on!
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Elementary Educators Jun 23
Educators had a great Saturday tabling and marching at Toronto . All LGBTQ 🏳️‍🌈 and allies are invited to join us and march today. Come to Bloor St. near Ted Rogers Way section C-24 for the Pride Parade at 2pm!
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Sam Hammond Jun 22
No 5 month vacation for as we continue to take stand for students & publicly funded public education!
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Julie Stanley Jun 22
Happy Pride Day in Kincardine. Great day for a parade.
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Sam Hammond Jun 22
People are lined up waiting to sign the petition to defend publicly funded public education!
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Elementary Educators Jun 22
Are you at ? Stop by the ETFO booth and sign up to defend public education with our great volunteers! We are on Church St just north of Charles. And we have buttons and stickers too.
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Elementary Educators Jun 22
There was an incredible showing of educators at Toronto Trans march last night. All women identified folks join us today in the Dyke March. Rally at 1pm (open to all) march at 2pm. Come to Church & Isabella sts; look for flags. Happy pride to all!
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Elementary Educators Jun 21
Educators are proudly out and on the streets to show our solidarity and support at the Trans march
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Sam Hammond Jun 21
Final Friday and still 👇👇👇👇👇👇
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Elementary Educators Jun 21
This selfie by is one for the win! Educators know how to create inclusive public education to bring others in. Thanks!
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Elementary Educators Jun 21
So great. Thanks for sharing this moment and proudly displaying your pride for public education.
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Parm Singh Jun 21
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AFN Jun 21
In recognition of National Indigenous Peoples Day, take some time to learn about and celebrate First Nations cultures and contributions. Make an act of toward a stronger country for all of us.
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Elementary Educators Jun 21
So many things happening at the ETFO office today, but we would never forget to show our support and solidarity for public education. Proudly we are !
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Elementary Educators Jun 21
An important step forward here for the workers of the world. Every worker deserves to work in a safe and harassment free workplace. Check this out
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Elementary Educators Jun 21
ETFO educators, your union will be at . Come strut your pride with us! Join us at the Trans March tonight, 7pm, the Dyke March Saturday at 2pm both start on Church by Hayden St. Look for flags. And at Sunday's Pride Parade on Bloor - join marching section C-24
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