IWD 2017 Truth and Reconciliation: What is it about? Mental Health Stigma. Challenging it together! Knowing One’s Community Through Language Rights
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Media Advisory: Leaders of Canadian Teachers’ Federation to attend NSTU protest in Halifax tomorrow

February 16, 2017

OTTAWA – Presidents of teacher organizations along with the President of the Canadian Teachers’ Federation (CTF) will join members of the Nova Scotia Teachers Union (NSTU) at noon during their protest in front of the provincial legislature in Halifax tomorrow.


Appointment of Interim Director to head CTF’s Services to Francophones

February 07, 2017

OTTAWA – The President of the Canadian Teachers’ Federation (CTF) is pleased to announce that Sara Lafrance has been appointed to the position of Acting Director, Services to Francophones replacing Ronald Boudreau who will be on deferred salary leave between April 3, 2017 and March 31, 2018.


Media Advisory: Summer training for teachers in Francophone minority settings made possible thanks to a new partnership

February 03, 2017

OTTAWA –The Canadian Teachers’ Federation (CTF) and the Francoforum de Saint-Pierre et Miquelon are proud to collaborate in a training program based on the Pédagogie à l’école de langue française (PELF) (a pedagogy for French-language schools) in the summer of 2017. PELF is a training concept designed to meet the needs of teachers in Francophone minority settings in Canada in order to ensure students’ academic success and identity building.


PM and First Ministers urged to focus on child and youth mental health

December 05, 2016

OTTAWA – In a December 1st letter to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, the Canadian Teachers’ Federation urged him and the Premiers to focus on child and youth mental health at their First Ministers’ Meeting on December 9, 2016, in Ottawa. Child and youth mental health has been identified as a top priority by Canadian teachers from across Canada.


NCTR and CTF come together to forge a path to reconciliation

November 16, 2016

Ottawa (Ontario) – The National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation (NCTR) at the University of Manitoba and the Canadian Teachers’ Federation (CTF) are proud to launch a new teacher resource that aims to educate students across the country about residential schools and set them on the path to reconciliation.


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