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Bill 115 Remedy Deadline Sept 30th!

September 30, 2022 Deadline for ETFO members to object to their payment determination
September 30, 2022 Deadline for ETFO to refer any dispute in member entitlement to arbitration (disputes to be addressed/resolved within 60 days of the objection deadline)

FROM ETFO Bill 115 Remedy FAQs

37. What is the process of compensation? 

Current and former ETFO members may receive correspondence from ETFO any time before August 31, 2022, either by email or Canada Post. This notice will include the eligible member’s personal entitlement to a payment, indicating the estimated dollar amount of the individual payment and the basis for its calculation.

The notice will also state that the recipient has until September 30, 2022, to object to the determinations set out in the notice, using ETFO’s Notice of Objection Form. Only complete and submit this form if:

  • you received correspondence from ETFO and would like to object to the payment amount included in your email/letter; or
  • it is after September 1, 2022, and you did not receive correspondence from ETFO.

If you fail to meet the September 30, 2022, objection deadline, your amount will be considered final, and no dispute will be allowed.

38. What if the amount I am entitled to is inaccurate or I have been left off the list of eligible members?

You have until September 30, 2022, to complete and submit a Notice of Objection Form. If you fail to meet this deadline, your amount will be considered final, and no dispute will be allowed. Compensation will be mailed by the district school board you last worked for to the last known home address that the school board has on file.


ETFO members with Remedy questions call 1-888-838-3836 (teachers, occasional teachers, DECEs, ESPs and PSPs). may be eligible for financial compensation if they were an ETFO member working between September 1, 2012, and August 31, 2014. Each member’s entitlement is based on the amount of time worked on a full-time equivalent (FTE) basis (ie pro-rated based on FTE).

If you have questions about eligibility or the compensation process, please review ETFO’s Bill 115 Remedy FAQ. You may also contact ETFO’s duty officer at 416-962-3836 (1-888-838-3836) at the Provincial Office.

 

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