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Sam Hammond 14h
Looks like it’s not just union leaders & special interest groups speaking out about Ford’s cuts!
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Teachers Unite May 14
Progressive teaching methods have fuelled the rise in poor discipline.
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Sam Hammond May 17
Auditor urges Tories to stop ‘factually inaccurate’ advertising via
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Patti May 17
ETFO Intersectional Ally Conference ⁦ Strong
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Teachers Unite May 17
Ford and OPSBA want to go after sick days because, as everyone already knows, the largest consultation in Ontario's history concluded that teachers shouldn't be allowed to get sick.
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Jerry DeQuetteville May 11
5 conversations about my buttons while grocery shopping this morning. I have taken to carrying extras in my pocket. 5 strangers now wearing a button. I do not remember this type of support in the 90s. It’s working.
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Jerry DeQuetteville May 16
“I would hope that just like anyone in the workforce, teachers respect their sick days,” said Lisa Thompson. “Sick days are for being sick, and in terms of our path forward, everything needs to be on the table.” Is she suggesting members are abusing sick days?
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OSSTF D4 TBU May 17
Doug Ford is playing the blame game and is starting to throw school boards under the bus. It’s everybody else’s fault right This issue has completely got away from the PC government. They are lost and reeling.
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Nancy Grew May 10
So proud to be part of this crowd. ETFO stands together to support members and to support Public Education every single day! Together we are stronger!
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Teachers Unite May 9
Why Doug Ford is wrong about teachers' pensions.
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Nathan Core May 9
Interesting chart that compares average annual wage increases in Ontario Collective Bargaining
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Paul Bocking May 10
Great protest today at the Conservative MPP office for Scarborough Centre with , concerned parents and allies!
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AnotherTeacher44 May 12
Education workers... this is an excellent idea for redundancy/pink slip letters!!!
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Upper Grand ETFO May 10
Today was our first at MPP offices in Upper Grand. More than 80 members and allies gathered in Guelph. Thx to MPP for coming out to speak to us & show support for education. (He even offered to let us come in and read!)
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Ms Rothwell 7h
at the Intersectional Allies conference. Thank you for a great learning experience!!!
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Sam Hammond May 16
Ford government scraps funding for stem cell research
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Cristina Howorun May 16
BREAKING: “seriously examining” teacher sick day costs, heading into bargaining
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MK May 15
Teachers are VERY concerned about the cuts to education that are resulting in supports being removed, programs/courses being cancelled and job losses. Please ask a front line education worker about what is happening in ur local communities.
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Jason Richea May 17
Started designing a few posters & putting them up in my neighbourhood of Toronto. Think we could get one on every community poster column?
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John Graham May 17
Health units merged - check. Next stop - school boards. Don’t forget: Ontario government looking to merge certain regional school boards.
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