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OSSTF TO Members, please check your email for the attached notice: Toronto withdraws endorsement of Ontario Liberal Party candidates | OSSTF Toronto
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Bonnie Carter πŸ”πŸ·πŸ€ 30 May 18
Replying to @OSSTFtoronto @kevinrns
of course you did cause Liberals stood up for students not what you wanted. Conditional endorsement. Karma=Ford
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kevin russell 30 May 18
Sorry. I want to understand your point, and I cannot. Please try again. The unconstitutional attacks on the rights of collective bargaining by Wynne are the stated reasons for ending OSSTF's support for Liberal Party in this election, and possibly forever.
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Bonnie Carter πŸ”πŸ·πŸ€ 30 May 18
Replying to @kevinrns @OSSTFtoronto
and the end of those were due to students being out of school too long. The rights of children to be educated
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kevin russell 30 May 18
Not attacking teachers, not cutting pay, not increasing class size, not listening to teachers, cause teachers to use collective bargaining for redress. It is confirmed and acknowledged as a fundamental right by the Supreme Court. And it protects students first.
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Bonnie Carter πŸ”πŸ·πŸ€ 30 May 18
Replying to @kevinrns @OSSTFtoronto
ideally yes it protects students until it doesn't anymore
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Doug Little 🌹✊ 30 May 18
Replying to @OSSTFtoronto @D27OSSTF
BRAVO. Perfect response to union bashing from Liberals. πŸ‘
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Alfred E. Newman 30 May 18
Replying to @OSSTFtoronto
Should have happened years ago. "Bill 115 was given its first reading in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario on August 28, 2012"
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AM Campbell 30 May 18
So you're still telling your members how to vote.....
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CannabisDad 30 May 18
Replying to @OSSTFtoronto
I'm still angry about this:
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Peg Leg 30 May 18
Replying to @OSSTFtoronto
The unions play hard ball.
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Etobicoke Centre 31 May 18
Replying to @OSSTFtoronto
When a teacher makes $98,550 a year after 10 years with a 4-year degree, why mess with a good thing. Keep your head down. Fight for students and avoid the public backlash.
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Greyhound fan 30 May 18
I wish for the good old days of watching teachers rioting on the steps of the legislature. You know, professionals. Hasn’t been a full scale strike since 1997. I wonder why that has been?
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Fred Greidanus 30 May 18
Replying to @OSSTFtoronto
Attention, Attention. All planets of the Solar Federation. We have assumed control.. we have assumed control.. we have assumed control
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Paul G. 30 May 18
Replying to @OSSTFtoronto
Good for you!
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M Stuart 31 May 18
Replying to @OSSTFtoronto
It’s incredibly disingenuous every single time negotiations with teachers come up and they parade the β€œfor the children” none sense!!Talk about your ALL-IN compensation packages (salary + benefits) and why my kids are in +30 classes.
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Susan Kilpatrick 30 May 18
Replying to @OSSTFtoronto
Good luck with Ford. Shame on you. You know she believes in good faith bargaining. C’mon!
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