On December 3rd, we mark the International Day of Persons with Disabilities. We’ve come a long way but people with disabilities still face barriers to inclusion in the workplace, in schools and in our society. Many aspects of disability result directly from the barriers presented by the design of our society rather than being reflective of the ability of an individual to contribute to society.
Understanding treaties is part of our collective journey in learning about our nation’s history and our obligations to the treaty agreements that were made in written and oral forms. You can explore this issue as part of your classroom teachings by accessing a host of treaty classroom resources, videos, history and facts and modern day treaties compiled by ETFO here.
While austerity and precarious work are increasingly common in the province, we are presently in a moment of opportunity.
ETFO has done a great deal in the past couple of years to fight for our collective bargaining rights and the democratic rights of all Ontarians.
In this issue of Voice, we tackle the question of austerity.
Many unions produce materials for women members. Few do as much as ETFO. As a result, ETFO’s women’s programs are recognized internationally.
On Wednesday April 20, the Superior Court of Justice released an historic decision.
ETFO is committed to working toward a more just and equitable society.
ETFO’s more than 60,000 women members bring many important skills to leadership.