123 March Street, Suite 106, Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, P6A 2Z5
President: Doug Coulter, algomaetfopres@shaw.ca Vice-President: Lee Mason, algomaetfovp@shaw.ca Office Manager: Kitty Zorzi, kzorzi@shaw.ca 123 March Street, Suite 106 Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario CANADA      P6A 2Z5 Phone: 705-942-3379 Fax: 705-942-1054
ADETFO covers 70,534 square kilometres.

Welcome to the Algoma District Elementary Teachers’ Federation. 

 ADETFO is a Northern Local representing 400 members across 6 geographic areas: Sault Ste. Marie, Central

Algoma, North Shore, Michipicoten, Chapleau and Hornepayne.  The Local Executive includes the President,

Vice-President, Treasurer and 8 Unit Representatives from across the district.  With 13 active committees

and 37 workplace Stewards, a wide range of support and services are available.  ADETFO is a professional

organization that is committed to ensuring health and safety & workplace protection for members,

upholding local collective agreement rights, providing professional development, promoting social justice

and equity and goodwill locally and internationally.  Algoma ETFO protects the rights of members and also

advocates for all workers as an affiliate of the Sault Ste. Marie & District Labour Council.

ETFO is the largest teacher union in Canada with 78,000 members in Ontario.  Our local programs and

services are designed to align with the provincial organization’s priorities which include:

•    To protect the collective bargaining rights of all members.

To defend publicly-funded public education.

To serve the needs of the membership.

To provide for the professional development of members.

To promote social justice in the areas of peace, anti-poverty, non-violence, and equity.

To support international assistance and co-operation.

To promote the care and protection of the environment.

To actively engage members in the Federation.

To promote and protect the health and safety of members.

Labour Day March, 2016
Algoma District
Welcome to The Algoma District Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario
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Scholarships & Bursaries  for Members and their Children!
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In The News  “Education unions win Bill 115 challenge” Professional Judgement details.
Sault Unit Retirees “Party It Up” at the Annual Sault Unit Retirement Dinner.  View / Download pictures HERE!

RESPs … aka “Free Money”

FREE MONEY from the government … that half of Canadians don't ask for.  The program sees Ottawa kick in at least an extra 20% toward the cost of paying for education. Click this link to learn more…..      Moola Me!
New ADETFO President Doug Coulter presents humorous gifts to outgoing President Kelly Holley. Kelly began her new position as a member of Provincial’s Collective Bargaining Unit early November. Best wishes, Kelly, in your new job and new home in Toronto!
Algoma District Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario
123 March Street, Suite 106, Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, P6A 2Z5
President: Doug Coulter, algomaetfopres@shaw.ca Vice-President: Lee Mason, algomaetfovp@shaw.ca            Office Manager: Kitty Zorzi, kzorzi@shaw.ca 123 March Street, Suite 106 Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario CANADA      P6A 2Z5 Phone: 705-942-3379 Fax: 705-942-1054
ADETFO covers 70,534 square kilometres.

Welcome News Members: Jody Rowat, Kyle Dugas, Heather Cudmore, Nadia Pettenuzzo, Andrew Beaumont and Aurelia Pecheux!

Welcome to The Algoma District Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario

Welcome to the Algoma District Elementary Teachers’ Federation.

ADETFO is a Northern Local representing 400

members across 6 geographic areas: Sault Ste.

Marie, Central Algoma, North Shore, Michipicoten,

Chapleau and Hornepayne.

The Local Executive includes the President, Vice-President, Treasurer

and 8 Unit Representatives from across the district.  With 13 active

committees and 37 workplace Stewards, a wide range of support and

services are available.  ADETFO is a professional organization that is

committed to ensuring health and safety & workplace protection for

members, upholding local collective agreement rights, providing

professional development, promoting social justice and equity and

goodwill locally and internationally.  Algoma ETFO protects the rights of

members and also advocates for all workers as an affiliate of the Sault

Ste. Marie & District Labour Council.

ETFO is the largest teacher union in Canada with 78,000 members in

Ontario.  Our local programs and services are designed to align with the

provincial organization’s priorities which include:

•   To protect the collective bargaining rights of all members.

To defend publicly-funded public education.

To serve the needs of the membership.

To provide for the professional development of members.

To promote social justice in the areas of peace, anti-poverty, non-

    violence, and equity.

To support international assistance and co-operation.

To promote the care and protection of the environment.

To actively engage members in the Federation.

To promote and protect the health and safety of members.

Scholarships & Bursaries  for Members and their Children!
1 2
In The News  “Education unions win Bill 115 challenge”
Labour Day March, 2016

RESPs … aka “Free Money”

FREE MONEY from the government … that half of Canadians don't ask for.  The program sees Ottawa kick in at least an extra 20% toward the cost of paying for education.      Click this link to learn more…..    Moola Me!
New ADETFO President Doug Coulter presents humorous gifts to outgoing President Kelly Holley. Kelly began her new position as a member of Provincial’s Collective Bargaining Unit early November. Best wishes, Kelly, in your new job and new home in Toronto!
Au Revoir, Kelly
Professional Judgement details.