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OECTA represents the 45,000 passionate and qualified teachers in Ontario’s publicly funded English Catholic schools, from Kindergarten to Grade 12.
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Council of Canadians 2h
These kids know that it’s unfair that First Nations don’t have clean drinking water, but do you, ? Time for federal government to fulfill its obligations to provide clean, safe drinking water to First Nations communities now!
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Catholic Teachers 2h
We're thrilled to have received such positive mid-session feedback across our offerings🙌 If you're thinking of taking a summer course, check out our Mini-Courses, taking place August 7 - 21. Registration closes August 4.
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𝕄𝕚𝕤𝕤 𝕁𝕠𝕪𝕔𝕖 3h
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Rolland Chidiac Jul 17
A with - one of the finest I know. We talked about ideas for tech integration this coming school year and he even donated a box of ’s for the learning .
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Catholic Teachers 4h
A pretty ingenious way to pass some waiting area time Erin👏 Thanks for sharing your !
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Catholic Teachers 4h
Teachers, share your with us by tagging your photos with . Wherever you're working share a snap of yourself, your workstation, or your view😊
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The CCPA 5h
Our new report by maps the housing rental affordability crisis from coast-to-coast. In 0% of neighbourhoods in Canada’s biggest cities can a minimum wage worker afford an average rental.
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Canadian Labour 4h
Canada’s strong job numbers mask the reality of struggling young workers. While unemployment rates continue to fall overall, many Canadians aged 15-29 are staying in school or giving up looking for work altogether. Read more:
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Catholic Teachers 5h
Speaking up for accessible, affordable child care is more important than ever. This Campaign Toolkit from provides resources to help you advocate for early learning and child care in your community.
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Accessible Canada 24h
Even a small change can have a large positive impact on persons facing barriers to accessibility! EAF Youth Leader Katie Verge facilitated the installation of a hearing loop system that helps hard of hearing church members get the full experience ✔️🙌 ➡️
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Catholic Teachers 6h
To understand Canada’s history, it is necessary to examine it from Indigenous perspectives. This resource from Historica Canada is designed to align with Canadian curricula and aims to engage students in thinking critically about our historical narratives.
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Catholic Teachers 7h
A new report by has found a minimum wage worker could only afford a one-bedroom rental in nine per cent of 795 neighbourhoods in Canadian cities.
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Catholic Teachers 7h
to the April 6 Rally for Education. Tap the link to take a look at our image gallery from the day – awesome things happen when we come together in 💪
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OECTA Niagara Elem. Jul 17
Take the time to check out this link! Better yet, invite your family & friends to get the facts. To get your lawn sign, email us to make arrangements. One easy distribution method from last week - we put extra signs on our lawn, then teachers drove by and grabbed one!
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Catholic Teachers Jul 17
Teachers, raise the quality of life in your classroom with our awesome online Mini-Courses. Check out our "menu" of courses HERE: . The courses run August 7 to 21. Registration is open now.
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Catholic Teachers Jul 17
The Ford government's class size increases will result in the loss of programs and supports for students. Some class sizes are even likely to grow to more than 40 students. Please tap the link to to tell the government this is unacceptable:
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Catholic Teachers Jul 17
The study investigated the relationship between depression and exposure to different forms of screen time in adolescents over a four-year period. 3,800 young people took part in the study.
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Anthony Perrotta Jul 17
BIG thanks to the kind & super talented for being part of the 's Catholic Media Authorship; exploring as an enabler of Culturally Responsive Learning. The resource launches in Oct. Stay tuned!
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oectads Jul 16
We still have signs waiting for members to put on their lawns! They are not doing anything in the office so let’s spread the word together and fight cuts to education!
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Catholic Teachers Jul 17
"Families are counting on these centres being built and it’s a tremendous waste of time and money to scrap these projects at this stage," says from .
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