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Sandra Mustacato Apr 6
Wow! What a turn out. This is passion.
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Margie Akins Apr 6
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Harvey Bischof Apr 6
What compels over 30,000 people from across Ontario to travel on a Saturday to a rally in front of Queen’s Park? Destructive government policies that threaten publicly funded education.
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Michelle Jobin Apr 6
To all of the teachers - in this city, in Ontario, throughout the country and all over the world. Thank you for the work you do. I don’t think you are told enough just how important or appreciated you are.
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Neil Before Zod™ Apr 6
Hey and , this is how you protest. No racism, no UN misinformation, all are welcome, united in a cause bigger than ourselves. When you have a movement that unites rather than divides, this is what happens.
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Poetic Devices X Apr 6
My feet hurt and I didn’t get to pet all the dogs I wanted to, but this was a great today. Great job!
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Christina Ganev Apr 6
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TorontoSecondaryUnit Apr 6
What an incredible picture! What an incredible turnout! We truly care about our students and the quality of their education! We will ensure that publicly funded education is here to stay!
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AMETFO Apr 26
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Andrea Horwath Apr 6
Doug Ford’s cuts to education means firing thousands of teachers. Here’s what thousands of people who care about children and their education looks like:
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Felipe Pareja Apr 7
To who labelled yesterday’s a “union” event: You missed the mark, big time – & it goes 2 show your inability 2 appreciate the intersectional nature of community & activism. We’re looking to you to be nuanced, thoughtful. Do better.
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Picard🏳️‍🌈🇨🇦 Apr 6
Seeing right-wingers like Brian Lilley go after the and student protestors reminds me of the Republicans and NRA harassing the Parkland kids. Disregard them at your own risk. They'll be voting in a few years.
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Chantal Mancini Apr 7
Here’s who I saw at . Education workers. Students. Parents. Grandparents. School admin. Trustees. Concerned citizens of all ages. This isn’t just ‘teachers against ’, as he is claiming. It’s The People.
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Joanna Ciolfi Apr 6
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Felipe Pareja May 8
. to ’s Spring Rep Council: The pushback *is* working. And I give you, ETFO, so much credit for this. The April 6 at Queen’s Park? We haven’t seen anything like that in years.
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Heather King Apr 6
The message was as strong as it was clear, EDUCATION MATTERS.
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Brian Lilley Apr 8
Just a reminder that the claim by the teachers unions that "deep cuts" are coming to Ontario's schools is false. Skip the rhetoric of both sides, look at the facts. They tell a different story. Read & RT
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Catholic Teachers May 3
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ERFP Apr 6
To our members who showed up To our members who cheered us on from wherever they were To our members who spend every school day supporting students We salute you! 🙌🏼
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blogTO Apr 6
Thousands of students and teachers rallied at Queen’s Park today to protest the government’s cuts to education 📚
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