Vol. 45 No. 7
Compare the parties’ platforms on education; Comparer les programmes en matière d’éducation des partis; OTPP responsible investing report; 180 attend CPAC Regional meetings; ResearchED Conference a resounding success, weather notwithstanding; OSSTF/FEESO members can’t afford a Ford majority; National Indigenous Peoples Day; Sexual Harassment Awareness Week; Semaine de sensibilisation au harcèlement sexuel; Judicial Council vacancies; Poste au Conseil Judiciaire; Out & Proud Labour 2018 Ontario pride events; Why celebrate Pride 2018?; Volunteers needed—Common Threads VII: Artificial Intelligence (al) and Society.
Vol. 45 No. 6
Annual Meeting of the Provincial Assembly; Violence In The Workplace Task Force: The work continues; Groupe de travail sur la violence au travail : Les activités se poursuivent; OSSTF/FEESO files unfair labour practices complaint; Teacher Candidates Invited to AMPA, where are they now?; Seeing past the lure of populism; Election Preview; Funding renewed for 150 OSSTF/FEESO jobs at University of Guelph; Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder; Support Staff Appreciation Day; Journée de reconnaissance du personnel de soutien; Education Week 2018; Member recognition; Day of Mourning 2018.
Vol. 45 No. 5
Public Education—It’s For Everyone; L’Éducation publique—c’est pour tout le monde; Student Achievement Awards; An election is coming and it’s time to pay attention; What’s in Bill 148?; Election preview; Proposed Annual Action Plan 2018–2019; Plan d’action annuel propose 2018–19; 2017 Audit at a glance; Coup d’œil verification de 2017; International Women’s Day —the global struggle for gender equality; April researchED conference to be sponsored by OSSTF/FEESO; Le CSLF a besoin de vous!; Student Achievement Awards—regional winners; Siéger à un comité, pourquoi pas!; Black History Month.
Vol. 45 No. 4
OCT fee increase is defeated; Échec de l’OEEO à augmenter les cotisations; Queen’s Park notes; Community outreach through Account #2047; Applications to Provincial Standing Committees and Councils, 2018–2019; Life as a new member; Women’s March 2018; Health and Safety Information Bulletin—Lead in the drinking water; The Future will be Green with OSSTF/FEESO; OSSTF/FEESO awards of recognition for members; Algoma University Support Staff get a deal; Member honoured with Draw the Line Award; OPSEU College Faculty to launch Charter challenge.
Vol. 45 No. 3
Listening to members across the province; écouter les membres partout en province; Queen’s Park Notes; Jim Forster Human Rights Award; The OCT needs to check its priorities; Letter to the editor; Harvey Bischof speaks at researchED conference, OSSTF/FEESO plans its own; WSIB’s new policy on chronic mental stress is too restrictive; La nouvelle politique de la CSPAAT en matière de stress mental chronique est trop restrictive; Workplace violence main focus of 2017 H & S conference; OFL’s 14th biennial convention adopts comprehensive action plan; AMPA news.
Vol. 45 No. 2
Local leaders gather for election readiness consultations; Rassemblement des dirigeants locaux dans le cadre des consultations préparatoires aux élections; Never forget; N’oublions jamais; Twenty years later, why commemorate the bill 160 protest?; Ontario College of Teachers: Their Mortgage or Yours?; Bullying Awareness and Prevention Week; Orange Shirt Day 2017; President and VP attend SADTU National General Council; Queen’s Park notes; OSSTF/FEESO welcomes new members; 14th Biennial Convention will mark 60th anniversary of OFL; OSSTF/FEESO to sponsor researchED conference.
Vol. 45 No. 1
Leadership 2017; CLC pushes for universal pharmacare; Election preview; Bill 148 close to becoming law; The fixation on standardized test scores; Update is online; October is Women’s History Month; Student Achievement Awards; Vacancy on Mediation Services Resource Bank; Poste vacant au Sein de la Banque de Ressources En services De médiation; New Member Workgoup; Employee recognition; Federation Family Education Fund; OSSTF/FEESO supports life-long learning.