Environment

From the Editor

Izida Zorde

In the winter issue of Voice, we focus on the importance of solidarity during work-to-rule strike action and on our efforts to ensure that Ontario continues to have one of the best public education systems in the world.

Letter from the Editor

Izida Zorde

The spring issue of Voice considers how we practise inclusion in our classrooms, and reflects on the impacts of the Conservative government agenda on Ontario students and educators and the importance of mobilizing our members and engaging our communities.

Moving a Progressive Agenda Forward

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.

From the Editor

Izida Zorde

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

Making Connections: Climate Change and Social Justice

Sam Hammond

We are seeing, every day, the effects of climate change and the failure of governments to address them. We are more aware than ever of the impact climate change will have on the quality of life of future generations.

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.

How Citizens Can Catalyze Change

Sarah Lowes
As Sarah Lowes writes that a just and equitable recovery from the pandemic challenges our governments to think creatively while making decisions based on science and evidence.

A Forest in the City

By Andrea Curtis, illustrated by Pierre Pratt. Groundwood Books/House of Anansi Press, 2020. 40 Pages, $19.95.

Teaching in the North

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