Indigenous

From the Editor

Izida Zorde
With the fall issue of Voice, we consider what a just and equitable recovery from COVID-19 looks like.

Letter from the Editor

Izida Zorde

The theme of the fall issue of Voice is allies. As we move through particularly turbulent political times, working together as allies and in solidarity across social movements is more important than ever.

Letter from the Editor

Izida Zorde

The summer issue of Voice is our women’s issue, an opportunity to focus on women members, women’s programs and women leaders in ETFO and the broader community.

Coyote Tales

By Thomas King, illustrated by Byron Eggenschwiler Groundwood Books, 2017, 60 pages, $16.95

Creating Authentic Leadership Opportunities

Sabrina Sawyer with contributions from Angela Frawley, Elisa Lobo and Carolyn Proulx-Wootton
Sabrina Sawyer, Angela Frawley, Elisa Lobo and Carolyn Proulx-Wootton reflect on ETFO’s new Indigenous Women’s Mentorship Program.

Your Federation - Summer 2022

ETFO Voice
Spring Representative Council meeting recap; Honouring Vic Medland; National Indigenous Peoples Day and Pride 2022.

From the Editor

Izida Zorde
The spring issue of Voice is focussed on moving forward and organizing together for the change we want to see. The pandemic has been incredibly difficult for educators and other frontline workers and we all look forward to finally moving beyond it and rebuilding towards a future that centres equity and investment in public education, public services and communities.

Teaching in the North

Dr. Jarod Milko
Dr. Jarod Milko shares his experiences of living and teaching in the North.