VOICES

ETFO President Sam Hammond
Sam Hammond

We need to elect a government that will be committed to decent work, a well-funded public education system, better public services and a strong social safety net for all Ontarians.

General Secretary Sharon O’Halloran
Sharon O’Halloran

Our commitment to equity and the environment means that we must elect a government in Ontario that takes justice and fairness seriously.

ETFO Editor Izida Zorde
Izida Zorde

The spring issue of Voice focuses on how we can make a positive impact on our communities, our society and our environment.

People on skating rink
Nancy Baldree

Heading home for the holidays season, take time to reflect on what really matters to you. 

ETFO President Sam Hammond
Sam Hammond

With the passing of Bill 148, the Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act, we see how effective organizing is when we are working together to achieve the gains that will benefit the majority of workers in Ontario.

General Secretary Sharon O’Halloran
Sharon O’Halloran

ETFO has made important gains through advocacy and action and through local and provincial meetings with government officials and MPPs.

ETFO Editor Izida Zorde
Izida Zorde

With this issue of Voice, we consider the positive impacts of building inclusive, equitable communities and begin the work of getting ready for the next election.

Student standing beside a sign that reads "Vote Here"
By Scott Montgomery

Getting students to become active agents of inquiry is not always something that comes to mind when the topic is politics.

ETFO President Sam Hammond
Sam Hammond

In recent years, ETFO has shifted as an organization. While we have always been committed to equity and social justice, we, as a union of educators, are increasingly recognizing the importance of our solidarity with other social movements.

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