Join a picket line to show your solidarity with Ontario educators during their one-day province-wide strike

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On Friday, February 21, Ontario’s four public school teachers’ unions will hold a province-wide strike to escalate pressure on the Ford government to come back to the bargaining table. This is the first time since 1997 that all four education unions will be on strike on the same day.

The one-day strike will highlight educators’ demands that the government reverse its plans to cut education funding, increase class sizes, and introduce mandatory e-learning.

The Association des enseignantes et des enseignants franco-ontariens, Elementary Teachers Federation of Ontario, Ontario Secondary School Teachers Federation, and Ontario Elementary Catholic Teachers Federation are asking the Ford government to preserve the quality and accessibility of Ontario’s public education system.

Picket lines will be set up at public elementary and secondary schools across Ontario and all university faculty, academic librarians, and other academic professional staff are encouraged to join a picket line and show their solidarity.

7 Responses to “Join a picket line to show your solidarity with Ontario educators during their one-day province-wide strike”

  1. David Seljak

    I will join a picket line on Friday at Kitchener-Waterloo Collegiate in Kitchener.

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  2. Martha Cowie

    Where are all the pickets at for east London? I would like to drop off food or join the pickets and there were not pockets at Lord Nelson or Bonaventure the katie strike day. Thank you.

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  3. Dave Trumble

    At present there is no information being broadly distributed for Grey and Bruce. We hear that pickets will be at Walkerton DSS and MPP Bill Walker’s office in Owen Sound, but nothing official is being posted.

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  4. Tammy McIntosh

    Stand strong. Canada MUST invest in public education…its is one of our most important resources.

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