- Girl Rising Documentary @ Algonquin CollegePosted 11 hours ago
The OPSEU Ottawa Area Council and the Ottawa and District Labour Council Women’s Committee present “Girl Rising” at an upcoming fundraiser movie screening.
The stories of nine girls from developing countries…
- Summer Institute
- OCDSB Summer InstitutePosted 2 days ago
Join us this summer for FREE professional development to prepare for the 2018/2019 school year. Learn enhanced teaching practices & new, innovative, fresh ideas!
The deadline for registration is July 27th.
- Last Chance for Offence DeclarationPosted 2 days ago
In accordance with Regulation 521/01, all employees (including recent hires), must complete an Annual Offence Declaration as a condition of employment. You must complete it by the end of June.
THIS IS A CONDITION OF EMPLOYMENT!
- Sleep Camp for Teachers @ Queen’s UnivPosted 1 week ago
Olivia Chandler * CBC News *
June 14, 2018
Tired teachers off to sleep camp this summer
Summer camp at Queen's University aiming to help teachers overcome chronic insomnia.
Sleep-deprived teachers have one more…
- Summer Academy
- ETFO Summer AcademyPosted 1 week ago
For Great Professional Learning this summer, check out ETFO 2018 Summer Academy website.
- Paul DewarPosted 1 week ago
Our former colleague and former VP of Ottawa Carleton Teacher Local, and former member of parliament, Paul Dewar needs our support. Paul continues to work for the community, while fighting…
- York AQ
- ELL AQ Opportunity at Brookfield HSPosted 1 month ago
York University is offering an ELL AQ this summer at Brookfield HS. Please see the attached flyer for details and registration information.
ELL AQ Opportunity
- Subsidized AQ/ABQsPosted 2 months ago
Note that applications received will be processed on a first come, first served basis.
- OTF Connects
- OTF Summer Institutes 2018Posted 9 months ago
Registration open for
OTF Summer Institutes 2018!
The OTF Summer Institutes, with the support of the Ministry of Education, are back. These three-day institutes give teachers the time to learn, reflect on…
All major TV networks in Ontario will carry the debate between Andrea Horwath, Doug Ford and Kathleen Wynne from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m.on Sunday evening, May 27th. Not sure of your riding? https://www.elections.on.ca/en/voting-in-ontario/electoral-districts.html Not sure of the candidates? Candidates by Riding Below are … Continue reading
Sharon O’Halloran, ETFO General Secretary, stated: Presidents, I am pleased to share some positive news with you today. The ETFO Voice Publication has won the Canadian Association of Labour Media’s Katie FitzRandolph Award for best overall regular print publication for … Continue reading
Ontario Health Coalition Upcoming Events and Meetings At the local health coalition meetings, upcoming events and initiatives are planned. Local coalitions are working on fighting hospital cuts, protecting public health care for all, against privatization and 2-tier user fees for … Continue reading
The winner of the OCEOTA draw prize at the OCETFO PD Day on April 27, 2018 is: Lisa Middlebrook Congratulations Lisa and enjoy your day at the Spa!
OCEOTA EXECUTIVE for 2018-19 At the OCEOTA AGM on April 25, 2018, the members elected their Executive for 2018-19. Congratulations to the 2018-19 Executive. President: David Wildman acclaimed 1st Vice-President: Pat Dixon acclaimed 2nd Vice-President: Krissy Mayer-Craigie acclaimed Member-at-Large (5): Melanie Barclay-Wood Kimberley Bernier Elizabeth Brown Maryse Extross … Continue reading
In the spring of 2017, ETFO members ratified Extension Agreements for all members which included a 0.5% lump sum, paid to members in fall of 2017. As per these agreements, ETFO is now required to conduct a survey of all … Continue reading
Ottawa Carleton Elementary Occasional Teachers’ Association is pleased to invite all OCEOTA members to the following PL workshop: Inquiry and the Design Process in the Science Classroom How to get to the scientific and technological skills beyond the content Thursday, May … Continue reading