Algoma Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario
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Algoma Elementary Teachers has moved! Algoma ETFO 765 Queen Street East, Suite 103 Sault Ste. Marie, ON P6A 2A8 AKA The former PUC building on Queen Street, across from Precious Blood Cathedral FREE PARKING! Access at right of building & from Bay Street
Algoma Elementary Teachers is a northern local representing over 450 educators across 6 districts including Sault Ste. Marie, Central Algoma, North Shore, Chapleau, Wawa and Hornepayne. ETFO is the largest teachers’ union in Ontario with over 84,000 members.
ETFO PRIORITIES To protect the local and provincial collective bargaining rights of all members To defend publicly-funded public education To serve the needs of the membership To provide for the professional learning of members To advocate for human rights in the areas of peace, anti-poverty, non-violence, equity and anti-racism To fight against anti-Black racism To advocate for the economic and labour rights of all workers To support international assistance and co-operation To advocate for the care and protection of the environment and actively engage in climate action To actively engage members in the Federation and labour movement To advocate for and protect the health and safety of members, both physically and psychologically
Algoma Elementary Teachers
Algoma Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario
Algoma Elementary Teachers has moved! Algoma ETFO 765 Queen Street East, Suite 103 Sault Ste. Marie, ON P6A 2A8 AKA The former PUC building on Queen Street, across from Precious Blood Cathedral FREE PARKING! Access from right of building or Bay Street
Follow AETFO
Algoma Elementary Teachers is a northern local representing over 450 educators across 6 districts including Sault Ste. Marie, Central Algoma, North Shore, Chapleau, Wawa and Hornepayne. ETFO is the largest teachers’ union in Ontario with over 84,000 members.
ETFO PRIORITIES To protect the local and provincial collective bargaining rights of all members To defend publicly-funded public education To serve the needs of the membership To provide for the professional learning of members To advocate for human rights in the areas of peace, anti-poverty, non-violence, equity and anti-racism To fight against anti-Black racism To advocate for the economic and labour rights of all workers To support international assistance and co- operation To advocate for the care and protection of the environment and actively engage in climate action To actively engage members in the Federation and labour movement To advocate for and protect the health and safety of members, both physically and psychologically
Algoma Elementary Teachers