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Annual General Meeting (AGM)


Annual General Meeting (AGM)

Dear colleagues,

Covid-19 has touched every corner of this country, allowing no person or sector to escape its grasp, and this is especially the case for public education. This year has been one of most challenging ever faced by the profession. In every province and territory, the pandemic has stretched our community to its limits. Yet, teachers and support personnel have not broken. Through it all the collective commitment and dedication to keeping schools as safe as possible and students as engaged as possible has been on display for all to see.

Now, as the school year approaches its conclusion, we have the opportunity to gather once again for the Annual General Meeting. This is going to be our second virtual AGM, and hopefully our last. Even though vaccinations are increasingly finding eager arms throughout the country, the time to meet in-person must wait a bit longer. But through our screens we have the chance to revive connections, move forward on policies aimed at strengthening the profession, and hopefully celebrate, from a distance.  

We have all come a long way since March of last year. As hard as it has been, we know that we are not going to be defeated. Thank you for your steadfast solidarity from coast to coast to coast.

I look forward to seeing you, albeit virtually, this July as we forge ahead, together. 

Shelley L. Morse


Candidates for CTF/FCE Vice-President positions designated for women

Please note: if unsuccessful, candidates for Vice-President positions designated for women have the option of running in an open seat.

Candidates for CTF/FCE Vice-President positions open at large

Awards and Tributes

Dr. Carol Campbell
Public Education Advocacy Award

This award recognizes dedicated, long-standing service, as well as major contributions to benefit publicly funded public education.

Paul Taillefer
Special Recognition Award

This award is presented to individuals for meritorious service to education and the teaching profession at the provincial and national levels.

Patricia Joe
Recognition of an Outstanding Indigenous Educator

This recognition pays tribute to a teacher who has demonstrated leadership in Indigenous education and excellence in teaching that reflects Indigenous culture.

Gladys Wapass-Greyeyes
Recognition of an Indigenous Elder

This recognition pays tribute to the contributions of an Indigenous Elder to public education in Canada.

The event is finished.


Jul 14 - 15 2021


11:00 am - 3:30 pm

Local Time

  • Timezone: America/Toronto
  • Date: Jul 14 - 15 2021
  • Time: 11:00 am - 3:30 pm


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