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  • Please read this article about ETFO suspends rotating strikes scheduled for March 23 in view on COVID-19 sourced by ETFO.

    Please read this article about ETFO suspends rotating strikes scheduled for March 23 in view on COVID-19 sourced by ETFO.

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  • Please read this article about Ontario elementary teachers to resume strikes if they don’t get a deal by Caroline Alphonso sourced by The Globe and Mail

    https://www.theglobeandmail.com/canada/article-ontario-elementary-teachers-to-resume-strikes-if-they-dont-get-a-deal/

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  • Please read this article about Toronto elementary school possibly exposed to COVID-19 by Gabby Rodrigues sourced by Global News

    https://globalnews.ca/news/6649032/toronto-elementary-school-possible-exposure-coronavirus-covid-19/

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  • Please read this article about entire Ontario public school system to be shut down on Feb. 21 due to teachers strike by Gabby Rodrigues and Travis Dhanraj sourced by Global News.

    https://globalnews.ca/news/6540798/ontario-public-school-teachers-strike-feb-21/

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  • Please read this article about public elementary teachers strike across Ontario by The Canadian Press sourced by CP24.

    https://www.cp24.com/news/public-elementary-teachers-strike-across-ontario-1.4806389

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  • Canada Expansion: #RedforEd Goes International

    The #RedforEd teachers movement has gone international. Elementary public school teachers in Toronto, Canada and other locations in Ontario held walk-in protests at elementary schools throughout the province on.

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  • The Ford Government’s Upside-Down Logic

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  • What Exactly Is Happening To Ontario’s Education System? What You Need To Know

    More than 100,000 students participated in a province-wide walkout on April 4, and on April 6, around 10,000 teachers, students and parents showed up to protest at Queen’s Park. They were all rallying against Premier.

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  • Ontario school board projects $28.7M shortfall due to provincial cuts

    TORONTO — Ontario’s largest school board has to account for a $28.7 million shortfall next year because of the province’s changes to education funding, according to a document presented.

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  • Ontario teachers’ union goes to court to fight Doug Ford’s repeal of sex-ed curriculum, ‘snitch line’

    Ontario’s largest teachers’ union is asking a court to stop the provincial government from forcing educators to use a 20-year-old sex-education curriculum and to cancel a “snitch line” for.

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