Celebrating 20 years of advocacy.

Wednesday, Aug 15

VIDEO: ETFO 20th Anniversary – “My ETFO is….”

In honour of ETFO’s 20th Anniversary, we’ve been asking members, local leaders and provincial leaders past and present what ETFO means to them. This is what they said….

ETFO Standing Committee Chairpersons Recognized

2017-18 Standing Committee Chairpersons

The members of the ETFO Standing Committees are appointed provincially and meet during the year to carry out their assigned tasks and make recommendations to the Executive. This afternoon Committee Chairpersons were available to meet with delegates, and were then introduced by First Vice-President Karen Campbell. The 2017-2018 Standing Committee Chairpersons André Mrozewski, Hastings-Prince Edward Teacher […]

ETFO 2018 Annual Meeting Social Justice Speaker: Candy Palmater

About Candy Palmater: Candy Palmater is a “recovered lawyer” turned feminist comic who was raised by bikers in the wilds of northern New Brunswick. She is an activist, actor, writer, international speaker, and award-winning TV and radio personality, and has executive produced three films on Mi’kmaw culture. Palmater is the creator and star of her […]

CTF’s Johnston Urges ETFO delegates to “stand up for our students and our profession.”

During General Session 5, Clint Johnston addressed delegates to the ETFO 2018 Annual Meeting. Johnston is currently a Vice-President of the Canadian Teachers’ Federation (CTF) and serves as the organization’s Chair of the Indigenous Education Advisory Committee. He is also the Second Vice-President of the British Columbia Teachers’ Federation (BCTF). CTF VP Johnston, who joined […]

Sessions 3 & 4 in the news

a stack of newspapers

Ontario elementary teachers protest sex-ed rollback at Queen’s Park – City News Ontario teachers rebelling against new sex-ed curriculum – Global News Teachers Rally Against Sex-Ed Changes In Toronto – Blackburn News Ontario elementary teachers’ union protests sex-ed curriculum changes – CTV News ETFO president encourages teachers to choose which sex-ed curriculum to use in […]

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