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Muna Kadri May 5
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Teachers Unite Apr 27
The pupil foundation grant which is used for salaries of teachers, early childhood educators, and other education workers -- is $633 million lower than last year. This represents a SERIOUS cut to front line workers.
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Liz Stuart, OECTA Apr 26
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AMETFO Apr 26
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Teachers Unite Apr 18
I couldn't help but notice the poor attendance of our beloved ON premier. Perhaps he is in need of an attendance support program?
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Vanessa Slee Mar 27
I'll be there with my husband, a municipal employee and member, my two girls, grade 2 and JK and my mom a concerned grandmother and citizen. Who are you bringing?
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Greg Weiler Apr 6
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Stephen Hurley Apr 6
Getting ready to head into Toronto to pick up some of that action at and then up to Queens Park for the Rally for Education at noon!
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Chantal Mancini Apr 2
The is projecting a loss of approx. 79 sec. tchers, 2 elem. tchers, 23 EAs, 13 Office admin & almost 19 custodians in 2019/20. But & said there’d be no job loss. This is devastating 4 students
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James Ryan May 14
Given the total disaster Doug Ford has been as a premier, do you support Ford as Premier of Ontario?
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Muna Kadri May 9
“...budget projections over the next few years are largely predicated on health and education workers getting little to nothing in the way of pay increases.” Antithesis of good faith bargaining.
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Mistress Vernice Feb 11
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ETFO Limestone Mar 16
Calling all Limestone members to wear Black on Monday. Let’s stand with . Stand in with all educators and allies.
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Mel Mar 23
Can & explain to the public why they are cutting special education funding when we know we have more students coming to our schools who need those supports?
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Sam Hammond Apr 26
Proud to stand with so many today by wearing my
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Teachers Unite Apr 18
In an effort to save money I propose that we cancel and protective detail and simply provide them with personal protective equipment.
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Kristin Rushowy May 3
NEW: CUPE has filed notice to bargain-reps 55,000 edu workers in all 4 systems. ( did at start of week) " will bargain to ensure services for students in Ont’s public education system are high quality, publicly funded and publicly delivered."
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Sam Hammond Apr 25
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District 27 OSSTF May 3
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Teachers Unite 21h
It is clearly evident that hasn't stepped foot in a public school in a very long time because if he had he would know that school boards aren't going to be able to find 4% efficiencies because there's nothing more that can be cut!
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