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Liz Stuart, OECTA
Provincial President of the Ontario English Catholic Teachers' Association.
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NowThis Jul 13
‘I ask you—beg you—not to look away.’ —  gave a vivid and emotional account of what she saw at the migrant detention camps
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Tanya Talaga Jul 14
This honour is so well-deserved. is a leader in Indigenous education. She’s a gift to all our children. Classrooms across Canada can learn from her.
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EduInternational Jul 10
Schools should be safe and inclusive spaces that help every child grow. Minorities and the most vulnerable need to be ensured a place in the classroom!
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Jessie Donner Jul 13
Dear : T's have worked under expired contracts in the past and continued working until new contracts were ratified. It's one thing when the misleads the public. It's ridiculous when an (supposedly) informed media outlet does it. Reach higher.
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TorontoStar Jul 14
School boards are being forced to cut classes this fall due to Ontario's cuts. Of 313 cancelled classes at the TDSB, 80 of them are STEM courses. This is how @uoftenginnering Launch Camp is hoping to inspire girls to get into STEM.
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Canadian Teachers' Federation Jul 14
The latest Canadian Teachers' Weekly! Thanks to
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Canadian Labour Jul 14
The federal government has made it possible for low-income working seniors to keep more of their Guaranteed Income Supplement (GIS). But it must do more to protect pensioners in the event of corporate bankruptcy. Add your voice now:
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Alvin Fiddler Jul 12
⁩ began her teaching career in our hometown of Muskrat Dam as a teacher’s aid over 20 years ago. She has made a positive difference in the lives of many students over the years.
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Tesa Fiddler Jul 12
I am very humbled and honoured to have received recognition by for doing work that I love. I told the teacher leaders of this country that I am only one of so many outstanding Indigenous educators that I am proud to work with. Miigwetch miiniwaa gisaakihiinawaa.
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Liz Stuart, OECTA Jul 12
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Canadian Teachers' Federation Jul 12
Nova Scotia’s is elected President of Congratulations Shelley!
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Canadian Teachers' Federation Jul 12
What a force! Delegates in solidarity to support the campaign
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Alvin Fiddler Jul 12
One of the most passionate educators I know...always putting kids first. Congratulations ⁦⁩. You earned this.
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Michelle Evans Jul 11
My local family and child services needs your support tomorrow. Read this .
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Alvin Fiddler Jul 11
Honoured to witness ⁦⁩ being recognized by the Canadian Teachers’ Federation as the Indigeneous Educator of the Year here at their . I am so proud of you. Congratulations with much love & respect.
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Dr Christine Saulnier Jul 12
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Nishnawbe Aski Nation ᐊᓂᔑᓇᐯ ᐊᔅᑭ ᐅᑭᒪᐎᓐ Jul 11
Congratulations , recipient of the 2019 Outstanding Indigenous Educator award presented in Ottawa today!
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Shelley L Morse Jul 11
strong women fr MOs discussing women's rights & challenges | discussing designated seats for & "Period Promise" campaign | working toward a gender-equal world |
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James Bedford Jul 11
Thank you President Clement Chartier of the Metis National Council for addressing delegates to the 2019 AGM this afternoon. It is so important for us to further our knowledge of the Metis Nation.
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