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OPSBA in the Media – November 2023

Hamilton school board breaks living wage pledgeHamilton Spectator - November 4, 2023Hamilton’s public school board says it can no longer fulfil a 2013 commitment to provide all employees a living wage because their pay is now bargained provincially.Associate director...

OPSBA in the Media – October 2023

Ontario high school teachers finish contract talks without wage deal: ‘The Ford government is still refusing to invest in education’Toronto Star - October 26, 2023Contract talks have wrapped up between the province and the union representing Ontario’s public high...

OPSBA statement for Truth and Reconciliation Week

“September 30 is often a challenging day for Indigenous staff,” said Elaine Johnston, ITC Chair. “We encourage our member boards to exemplify care for Indigenous staff by increasing support or taking the lead in activity planning and facilitation for both this National Day for Truth and Reconciliation and future occurrences. This must be done through continued engagement with Indigenous staff and partners. This is one small act of caring that can make activities more meaningful.”

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OPSBA in the Media – November 2023

Hamilton school board breaks living wage pledgeHamilton Spectator - November 4, 2023Hamilton’s public school board says it can no longer fulfil a 2013 commitment to provide all employees a living wage because their pay is now bargained provincially.Associate director...

OPSBA in the Media – October 2023

Ontario high school teachers finish contract talks without wage deal: ‘The Ford government is still refusing to invest in education’Toronto Star - October 26, 2023Contract talks have wrapped up between the province and the union representing Ontario’s public high...

OPSBA statement for Truth and Reconciliation Week

“September 30 is often a challenging day for Indigenous staff,” said Elaine Johnston, ITC Chair. “We encourage our member boards to exemplify care for Indigenous staff by increasing support or taking the lead in activity planning and facilitation for both this National Day for Truth and Reconciliation and future occurrences. This must be done through continued engagement with Indigenous staff and partners. This is one small act of caring that can make activities more meaningful.”