Vol. 44 No. 8
One Public System campaign generates discussion; Paul Elliott receives Life Membership; The Fight for $15 and Fairness begins to pay off; End the Silence → Stop the Violence; A year in review—2016/2017; La campagne « Un système scolaire public unique » engendre des discussions; Human Rights and Status of Women conference focuses on intersectionality; Tri-National Summit on NAFTA; Student Achievement Awards—Are you planning for next year? Here’s a big idea!; Prix de réalisations des élèves – Se préparer à la prochaine année; Awards bestowed at June Provincial Council; National Aboriginal Day: A Métis Perspective.
Vol. 44 No. 7
Improvements in GSNs mostly due to extension agreements; Les améliorations aux SBE résultent essentiellement des ententes de prolongation; Teachers gather for democracy bootcamp; Changing the game at the Progress Summit; Queen's Park Notes; It's never okay: So what can you do?; Is the Ontario NDP coming out of a slump?; 6,000 come together in Cuba at Pedagogy 2017; Kindergarten symposium Let’s Play—Spring 2017; Judicial Council Vacancies; Poste au Conseil Judiciaire; Hassan Yussuff acclaimed for second term as CLC president; Ontario PRIDE events; The Walk for Kids Help Phone.
Vol. 44 No. 6
AMPA 2017; RAAP 2017; Contract extension and Bill 115 remedy agreements ratified; Lobby Day 2017; Squandered opportunity; Day of mourning; AMPA elects new Executive; La RAAP élit le nouvel Exécutif; Member Recognition; Canadian Labour Congress Triennial Convention; Student Achievement Awards: Regional Winners.
Vol. 44 No. 5
Violence in the workplace task force; Mirror Mirror; Groupe de travail sur la violence au travail; Queen's Park notes; Proposed Annual Action Plan 2017–2018; Plan d’action annuel proposé 2017–2018; Black History Month; 2016 audit at a glance; Coup d’oeil vérification de 2016; Confronting violence in our workplaces; Moving on mental health; #BeBoldforChange; Women march in Washington, Toronto and throughout the world; Get the salary you deserve.
Vol. 44 No. 4
No deal on contract extensions; Aucun accord de prolongation des conventions collectives; Federal government to ban asbestos; Women in politics speak out about abuse & hatred; Looking for climate change solutions?; Federal Liberals poised to break promise on electoral reform; Lessons learned?; New elections law bans union donations; Pro-charter school advocate picked as Trump’s Education Secretary; First Nations children still facing funding discrimination; Colombia peace deal ratified; Candy or coal in their stocking; Healthy diet boosts children’s reading skills; Get the salary you deserve.
Vol. 44 No. 3
Serious concerns about the “Protecting Students” Act; Join the conversation; Queen’s Park notes; Liberals maintain Ottawa-Vanier byelection; Why we should care about fairness for everyone; AMPA News; EQAO gets another failing grade; December 6; Le 6 Décembre; CPAC Conference; Live the change; Building young workers' power; Recognizing member contributions; Changing the landscape of domestic and sexual violence.
Vol. 44 No. 2
PPM 159 to change the way initiatives are implemented; La N P/P 159 modifiera la mise en oeuvre des initiatives; Queen's Park notes; Prix du mérite du CSLF 2016–2017; Because of Her; Orange shirt day; Community involvement; Student well-being... EQAO’s newest frontier?; Murdered and missing indigenous women and girls—Canada’s Crisis; Dec 6 Materials; Articles commémoratifs du 6 décembre; UNE Vive? Can Ecuador’s national teachers union survive the latest attack?; Something to watch for; Member recognition; Employee recognition; Thousands rally for decent work.
Vol. 44 No. 1
Changing Workplaces Review and the fight to Make it Fair; L’Examen portant sur l’évolution des milieux de travail et la lutte Pour que ce soit juste; Delivering community power; Queen's Park notes; Bill 132; Take back the night; New minister, new opportunities?; Request for teaching resources on the history and value of labour in Canada; Call for writers/presenters for First Nations, Métis, Inuit Workshop; New Member Workgroup; CLC Rise Up! Conference and Youth Workers’ Summit; Federation Family Education Fund; OSSTF/FEESO supports lifelong learning; Educators Financial launches financial literacy initiative; Leadership training 2016; Formation du leadership 2016; Mental health matters…More than ever!; Mike Foulds elected OTF president.