President: Diane Dewing
Grievance Officer                          
Communications                              
Health & Safety Rep
New Members

Vice President: Sylvia Van Campen                         
Collective Bargaining-Negotiator
TEAC - U of Ottawa                                                                                   

Treasurer: Judy Haddad

Secretary: Sylvia Van Campen                                        

Status of Women & Equity Chair: Susan Thorpe
Member Engagement Chair: Bobbie Wylie
Political Action Chair: Judy Haddad                   
Professional Learning Chair: Paula Carmichael     

Members-at-large:
Mike Baker
John Bouwers
Susan Thorpe 
Cindy Turton
Bobbie Wylie                                            




CONTACT US
This page was last updated: September 18, 2017
To email any of your executive, click on their name.

UCOTL OFFICE/CELL PHONE:
613-291-3147

ETFO Provincial Office
website
www.etfo.ca
Being involved with Federation has some great perks! In addition to meeting colleagues from across UCDSB, you have the opportunity to create change. There is something for everyone’s talents -- Committees, action for Social Justice, Social Events. Think about joining in!

Committees – mileage, dependent care, meal and release time as required. Email diane@uppercanadaot.com to request a place on a committee

Collective Bargaining – learn about the negotiation process and have input on changes to your collective agreement.
Communication – help us review and improve all our communication to members. We meet twice a year.
Equity and Status of Women – work toward a more just society by supporting people and organizations who work to create change.
Member Engagement – plan events and actions that will keep members connected with their Federation. Social events? Social trips? Awards? Supports?
Political Action / Public Relations – explore ways to connect teacher issues with current ideas, actions and events in communities and the political realm. Many people think they know what happens in classrooms & schools but do they? Connect too with activists in communities across UCDSB and Ontario.