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Stand with elementary and secondary teachers in Ontario

The members of Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario (ETFO), teachers and occasional teachers, will be taking province-wide strike action as of Monday, May 11, 2015. Right now, in Ontario Durham public secondary school teachers have been on strike.

 

As of today, May 7th, the secondary school teachers in Durham region, Peel region and the Rainbow District School Board in Sudbury are on strike.  Durham region secondary teachers go back into negotiations on May 8th, Friday.

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Bill Sparks on social justice, innovation and social change

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Length: 46:34 minutes (53.3 MB)
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Quebec students on strike against austerity

April 22, 2015
| Scenes of Montreal streets filled with striking students are reminiscent of the 2012 campaign against tuition hikes. This time, students are protesting a harsh province-wide austerity program.
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Robert Shirkey on the environment, social justice and global change

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| Today's conversation is about thinking local and global change. Robert talks about his approach to the environment and why altering the chemistry of our planet is essential to our future.
Length: 49:34 minutes (56.73 MB)
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The cult of the entrepreneur

April 8, 2015
| Alan Sears argues that a belief in the transformative power of entrepreneurship has seeped into the pores of our culture to such an extent that it's seen as the answer to all our economic woes.
Length: 13:18 minutes (12.18 MB)

The crisis in higher education runs deeper than you think

Photo: Flickr/Sean McEntee

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