December 17, 2008
Ottawa – The Royal Canadian Mounted Police and the Canadian Teachers’ Federation (CTF) are teaming up to tackle cyberbullying.
December 01, 2008
Ottawa… In expressing deep concerns over the federal government’s 2008 Economic Statement, the Canadian Teachers’ Federation (CTF) believes the Harper government was out of step with Canadian values in playing a game of chance with human rights, equity in the workplace and fundamental democratic imperatives.
November 21, 2008
OTTAWA — Quatre des plus importantes organisations syndicales au Canada demandent au premier ministre Stephen Harper d’honorer les engagements internationaux pris en vertu des conventions et des déclarations de l’Organisation internationale du Travail (OIT) qui reconnaissent les droits des travailleurs et des travailleuses.
November 12, 2008
TORONTO - More than 150 Canadian and international guests are gathering in Ottawa next week to discuss how labour rights are a critical component of human rights, helping to protect and promote democracy as well as the social and economic well-being of citizens.
November 03, 2008
November 3, 2008 (Ottawa) – Media Awareness Network (MNet) and the Canadian Teachers' Federation (CTF) launched National Media Education Week today with a message for Canadian youth—think critically and act ethically, both inside and outside of the classroom.
October 29, 2008
Ottawa –Media Awareness Network (MNet), the Canadian Teachers’ Federation (CTF) and Historica’s Encounters with Canada will host a youth event to celebrate National Media Education Week in Ottawa on November 5, 2008.
September 30, 2008
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August 12, 2008
(CTF News Service ? Ottawa) The President of the Canadian Teachers’ Federation (CTF) will join the President of the Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario (ETFO) tomorrow to unveil this year’s Canadian poster celebrating World Teachers’ Day. The unveiling will take place during ETFO’s Annual General Meeting currently being held in Toronto.
July 14, 2008
Nova Scotia Teachers Union president Mary-Lou Donnelly was elected president designate of The Canadian Teachers’ Federation (CTF) today during its 88th Annual General Meeting (AGM), which was held in Moncton, New Brunswick July 10 to 12.
July 14, 2008
(CTF News Service — Ottawa) On the last day of the 88th Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Canadian Teachers’ Federation (CTF) in Moncton, New Brunswick, delegates elected a new President-designate and executive committee, paving the path of the Federation’s work for the coming year.
July 11, 2008
(CTF News Service Ottawa) According to a recent public opinion poll conducted by the Canadian Teachers’ Federation (CTF), an overwhelming majority of Canadians support the education of values and ethical behaviour, the environment as well as human rights in schools
July 11, 2008
(CTF News Service – Moncton, N.B.) Three-quarters of Canadians are aware of the term “cyberbullying”, according to a national poll commissioned by the Canadian Teachers’ Federation (CTF).
July 10, 2008
(CTF News Service – Moncton, N.B.) The President of the Canadian Teachers’ Federation (CTF) is proud to announce this year’s recipients of the Federation’s Public Education Advocacy Award. The Award is presented to groups or individuals outside the teaching profession who have made major contributions to promote and support public education in Canada.
July 10, 2008
(CTF News Service – Moncton, N.B.) The Canadian Teachers’ Federation (CTF) is extremely pleased to present its first Outstanding Aboriginal Educator Award to a teacher who has made great strides for Aboriginal education in Canada.
July 10, 2008
(CTF News Service – Ottawa) The Canadian public continues to rank class size reduction as the number one spending priority in education, according to a national public opinion poll released today by the Canadian Teachers’ Federation (CTF).
July 10, 2008
(CTF News Service – Ottawa) The Canadian public continues to rank class size reduction as the number one spending priority in education, according to a national public opinion poll released today by the Canadian Teachers’ Federation (CTF).
July 03, 2008
(CTF News Service – Ottawa) A national policy on cyberbullying and the release of a national public opinion poll on education are two of the topics to be addressed by delegates attending the Canadian Teachers’ Federation (CTF) Annual General Meeting (AGM), at the Delta Beauséjour in Moncton, New Brunswick, July 10-12, 2008.
June 12, 2008
On the World Day Against Child Labour, June 12, teachers in Canada and around the world are calling on governments to ensure quality education for all children, and decent work for their parents.
June 12, 2008
The Federation representing over 220,000 Canadian teachers is pleased with the federal government’s proposed amendments to the Copyright Act tabled in the House of Commons today.
May 27, 2008
A Canadian Teachers’ Federation (CTF) report released today calls for significant changes in the manner in which curriculum is developed to close the gap that currently exists in elementary and secondary school curriculum with respect to minority French-language education.
May 12, 2008
Media Awareness Network (MNet) and the Canadian Teachers' Federation (CTF) will join with collaborators and participants across the country to celebrate Canada’s third annual National Media Education Week, November 3-7, 2008.
April 22, 2008
The President of the Canadian Teachers’ Federation (CTF) is going back to the classroom this week to help break a Guinness world record by teaching this year’s World’s Biggest Lesson on April 23. Other teacher leaders in Canada are also planning to teach the World’s Biggest Lesson in their respective regions. They are Sean Noah, President of the Newfoundland and Labrador Teachers’ Association (NLTA), Mary-Lou Donnelly, President of the Nova Scotia Teachers Union (NSTU), Jimmy Jacquard, President of the Nunavut Teachers’ Association (NTA), Jim Tredger, President of the Yukon Teachers' Association (YTA), and Paul Taillefer, President of l’Association des enseignantes et des enseignants franco-ontariens (AEFO).
March 05, 2008
The British Columbia Teachers’ Federation, the Canadian Teachers’ Federation and teachers from throughout the Caribbean, the United Kingdom and North America are calling on parents to boycott the mean-spirited and harmful video game: Bully- Scholarship Edition to be released on March 4, 2008. The producer of the video is the Vancouver-based Rockstar.
March 05, 2008
A coalition of eight teacher organizations representing over 4-million teachers in North America, the United Kingdom, South Korea, Australia and the Caribbean has joined in an unprecedented effort to condemn bullying and cyberbullying in all its forms. The outcry by teacher organizations representing is sparked by the pending release of Bully - Scholarship Edition.
March 04, 2008
Movement against bully video game
February 28, 2008
According to the Canadian Teachers’ Federation (CTF), the federal government’s budget tabled this week is disappointing for teachers, children and youth, and does little to address social justice issues in Canada.
February 21, 2008
The President of the Canadian Teachers’ Federation (CTF) invites teacher colleagues across Canada to help break a Guinness world record by teaching this year’s World’s Biggest Lesson on April 23.
January 21, 2008
The Canadian Teachers' Federation (CTF) has launched a new publication - Many Voices, Many Journeys - an inspiring collection of stories written by Aboriginal teachers from across Canada. The collection explores the often difficult and complex journeys taken by Aboriginal educators, as well as the critical role education plays on that path.
January 15, 2008
Letter of sympathy to New Brunswick School