Walking With Our Sisters is a commemorative art installation of 1,800 pairs of moccasin vamps uniquely designed to honour the lives of Indigenous women, children and Two-Spirit people.
Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario
The Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario.
Since being elected in 2006, the Conservatives, led by Stephen Harper, have significantly changed the economic and social landscape of Canada and our role and reputation internationally.
n what was a positive meeting with Premier Wynne and the Education Minister, ETFO president identified what needs to happen for negotiations to proceed at the bargaining table.
Walking With Our Sisters is a commemorative art installation of 1,800 pairs of moccasin vamps (tops) uniquely designed to honour the lives of Indigenous women, children and Two-Spirit women.
Ontario elementary public school teachers are providing report card marks to school boards. Parents need to ask why school boards may not be able to provide those marks to students at the end of this
The sweeping back-to-work legislation imposed by the government on secondary school teachers in Ontario region is a blatant infringement of teachers' constitutionally protected right to strike.
Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario has received a 'no board' report from the Minister of Labour, putting ETFO in a legal strike position as of May 10, 2015.
Many students face obstacles to participating in sports and recreation, from teasing to poor self-image, differing abilities, stereotyping, bullying and lacking the means to join in.
While the Ministry of Education has offered stabilized funding in the face of declining enrollment, longstanding structural funding issues are continuing to have a negative effect.
Women were the majority of voters in the last federal election. Yet the last time an election debate was held on women's issues was over 30 years ago.