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The following represents a sample of recent news coverage involving OSSTF/FEESO.  Some links may require a subscription in order to view the entire article.


Sept 29 – DurhamRegion.com-
Oshawa student’s painting wins Ontario-wide award

Sept 29 – Sarnia Observer, picked up by Postmedia outlets across SW Ontario-
Lambton Central Collegiate student wins provincial award

Sept 28 -SarniaNewsToday.ca-
Area students recognized with achievement awards

Sept 21 -Ottawa Life Magazine-
OSSTF’s Rachel Robillard says, “the student is at the epicentre of what we do everyday.”

September  11 – CityNews–
Education investments needed to achieve ‘stable’ school year, OSSTF president says

September 11 –Ottawa Life Magazine–
OSSTF President calls for education support workers to be fairly compensated

September  9 -Ottawa Citizen–
Ontario education union president calls for more COVID-19 safety measures, funding as students head into another pandemic school year

September  9 – CBC Radio–
All in a Day with Alan Neal – OSSTF on back to school

September  7 –CBC News –
Students have ‘right to learn,’ says Doug Ford government as contract talks heat up

September  6 –Queen’s Park Briefing–
Secondary Staff Union Head, Minister Agree on Need for Stability as Talks Set to Accelerate

September  6 – National Observer –
Ontario Education Unions Gear Up for Talks as Classes Return

September  6 – AM640 Global News–
Interview on The Alex Pierson Show

September  6 –London Free Press –
Q+A: Teachers union leader on COVID anxieties and looming bargaining

September  6 –(CP24)–
Ontario schools will not be closed due to possible spike in COVID-19 infections: Lecce

September 6 -Toronto star–
A ‘return to normal’ this school year, Stephen Lecce pledges Lecce’s comments come

September  6 –CBC Radio–
Ontario today live interview & call-in show

September 6 –CBC News–
Northeastern elementary and secondary schools back to capacity amid concerns about flu and COVID combined

September 5 –Windsor Star–
Crowds return for Labour Day parade and celebration

September 3 –Toronto Sun–
(Op-Ed) LITTLEWOOD: Ontario’s public education system heading down dangerous path

September 3 -CTV–
Ontario students return to classrooms next week amid fears that COVID-19 could once again disrupt learning

September 3 -Toronto Star–
Excitement, uncertainty and a desire for ‘normal’ as students, teachers, parents gear up for new school year

September 1 Radio Canada

COVID-19 : l’Ontario abandonne l’isolement de 5 jours, mais prône le masque