ETFO Locals in Action is a periodic photo feature gleaned from Twitter posts made by ETFO members and locals across Ontario.
March 22: This is what #ETFOStrong looks like. More than 100 ETFO Peel stewards stand united & ready for the task ahead. ETFO Peel is “mobilizing and galvanizing our 7500+ members to fight for publicly-funded education.” (Photo thanks to ETFO Peel)
March 22: Killaloe PS educators, members of ETFO’s Renfrew County Teacher Local, know that Cuts Hurt Kids. (Photo thanks to Kaley McMillan, ETFO Renfrew County Teacher Local)
March 22: Three photos above: ETFO’s Elementary Teachers of Toronto tweeted: “Wearing black to mourn @fordnation’s cuts – a loss of quality in our world-class public education system. ETT will always fight for our public schools; our students and teachers deserve safer and supportive learning environments.” (Photos thanks to Elementary Teachers of Toronto)
March 21: Stewards from ETFO’s Waterloo Teacher Local are getting ready to engage members to fight the Ford government’s education cuts. (Photo thanks to Karen Brown Campbell)
March 21: Members and stewards from the Bluewater Teacher and Occasional Teacher Locals discuss tactics to fight the Ford government’s cuts to public education. (Photo thanks to Nancy Lawler)
March 20: Executive members of ETFO’s Near North Teacher Local show solidarity. (Photo thanks to Karen Brown Campbell)
March 18: “Mourning @fordnation 𝖯𝗅𝖺𝗇 for education,” tweets Rainbow Teacher Local activist Liana Holm. “Increasing class-size and cutting supports to special needs students is not the answer.”
March 18: Members of ETFO’s Thames Valley Teacher Local and Thames Valley Occasional Teacher Local joined members of CUPE Locals 7575 and 4222 to stand in solidarity against the Ford government’s cuts to education. (Photo thanks to Shawn Crowell)
March 18: This is what Waterloo staff thinks about cuts to education. (Photo thanks to Kim Stenhouse, Waterloo Teacher Local)
March 18: Renfrew County Teachers Local member Lisa Conway posted this photo of staff from the A J Charbonneau Elementary Public School in Arnprior expressing solidarity against education cuts.