Local strike vote results

Local strike vote results OSSTF Toronto Teachers Bargaining Unit Members have voted in unprecedented numbers to give the local bargaining team an overwhelming strike mandate. Ninety-one per-cent of TTBU Members cast a ballot resulting in a ninety-five per-cent vote in favour of job action in support of bargaining with the Toronto District... Read More




Strike Vote in support of Central Bargaining Called

In a memo to Bargaining Unit Presidents this morning, the provincial President reiterated that central negotiations, at both the Support Staff and Teacher/Occasional Teacher tables, continue to progress extremely slowly. The management teams remain unprepared to engage in meaningful discussions on substantive topics, and that therefore the... Read More


CUPE strike announcement

At 10 a.m. this morning, Laura Walton, President of the Ontario School Boards Council of Unions, the representative of CUPE education workers, announced that they were giving the five days’ notice required by law before escalating their job action to a full walk out. OSSTF Toronto President Leslie Wolfe has spoken directly with John... Read More



President’s Memo – June 26, 2019

This memo is composed by OSSTF TTBU President Leslie Wolfe and reflects the positions and actions of the OSSTF Toronto Teachers’ Bargaining Unit Executive. President’s Memo – June 26, 2019 From booze to boos, and heartfelt thank you’s On behalf of the TTBU Executive, I want to extend our sincere gratitude to all of you […] Read More


President’s Memo – Staffing Update, June 7, 2019

This Memo is composed by OSSTF TTBU President Leslie Wolfe and reflects the positions and actions of the OSSTF Toronto Teachers’ Bargaining Unit Executive. Dear Members, Today was a very difficult day for many of you as 328 people (311 FTE) received letters saying that as of today’s date, they are tentatively surplus to the […] Read More



President’s Memo – Staffing Update, April 23, 2019

Dear Members, We know this has been a most difficult time for those of you who received letters confirming your status as surplus to school.  The TTBU Executive continues to monitor the Board’s progress in relation to staff allocation, and we are here for you should you have any questions at any time. Today at […] Read More