The Political Action Committee works to promote the teaching profession, protect collective bargaining, and defend public education. The goal of the committee is to educate our members and the public through political activism at the Federal, Provincial, and Municipal levels. The Political Action Committee meets approximately once a month in the ETT Office. Individual sub-committees often meet more frequently.

Executive Liaison(s)

Nigel Barriffe

416-393-9930 x227

nbarriffe@ett.on.ca
Treaties Recognition Week

Nov 5, 2018

Treaties Recognition Week

Reconciling with Indigenous communities means a resolve to teach the truth and advance the gravitas of...

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Our President

Sep 13, 2018

Our President's Comments on TDSB'S Guide to the Revised Health and Physical Education Curriculum

TDSB has released a communication to parents that compares the 2015 curriculum to the 2010 Refresh (based...

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School Evaluation Survey Results 2017-2018

Apr 12, 2018

School Evaluation Survey Results 2017-2018

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School Evaluation Survey 2017-2018: Survey and Evaluation Forms

Mar 5, 2018

School Evaluation Survey 2017-2018: Survey and Evaluation Forms

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