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  • Vacant Positions - Call for Nominations

    The Teachers'/Occasional Teachers' Bargaining Unit is looking for interested members to fill two vacant positions.  See the postings below and click here to download a nomination form.

    For more information please contact the District Office.
  • Important Member Information Meetings

    Membership meetings have been scheduled as follows in each of the three regions of the Board. Important information regarding negotiations and the current bargaining situation will be presented. All members are strongly encouraged to attend.

    Muskoka: September 10 at 4pm in the BMLSS cafeteria

    City of Kawartha Lakes: September 11 at 3:15pm in the LCVI cafeteria

    Haliburton: September 15 at 3:45pm in the HHSS Foods Room

    For more information, please login to the members only area of the provincial OSSTF website or contact the District 15 Office.



  • Marion Drysdale Student Achievement Awards

    Student Achievement AwardsThe Student Achievement Awards is a writing and creative arts competition which is open to all public secondary school students in Ontario. The competition is meant to encourage the intellectual development of our students and an interest in society. The 1984 Provincial Assembly established the awards in honour of Marion Drysdale, a secretary at OSSTF/FEESO Provincial Office for twenty-two years, for her dedicated work over so many years.  
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  • Selection of Alternate Worksites Representatives

    Elections have been called to select members who work in the School of Alternate Education and Virtual Learning Centre for the following positions:

    • Alternate Worksites Representative (sits as a member of the Bargaining Unit Council)
    • Collective Bargaining Committee Representative

    Please read the memo from out-going Alternate Worksites Representative Glenn McDonald for more information.


  • Bill 115 One Year Later - A Statement from the OSSTF Provincial Executive

    September 11, 2013 — One year ago today, Bill 115 was passed by the Ontario Government. The passage of that bill caused a significant disruption to peace and stability in the education sector, Read more ...