Sep 12, 2015

Petition · OSSTF Members: VOTE NO: AN OPEN LETTER TO OSSTF MEMBERSHIP · Change.org

After nearly a year of negotiations, during which time we were without a collective agreement, the Provincial Executive of our union, Ontario Secondary School Teachers Federation (OSSTF), has reached a tentative agreement with the Liberal government. As OSSTF members, we cannot vote in favour of this agreement and we urge our fellow members to vote no on September 16, when we will be asked to...

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