Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation
DISTRICT 25 Ottawa-Carleton

District Political Action Committee

The District 25 Political Action Committee

The D-25 committee advoctes for OSSTF/FEESO members who deliver the education services Ontario depends on. Our members work in schools and university settings. OSSTF/FEESO supports members by ensuring they have a safe and healthy work site, and that they get fair pay and benefits for the services they provide. As well OSSTF/FEESO lobbies for better public services (such as improvements to education,  to public health, to child care and to the Canada Pension Plan) that would improve our communities and the lives all Ontarians.

The D-25 committee works with other unions and groups in Ottawa to help make the community better. If you would like to contribute some time to help make Ottawa better, contact the District 25 Office.

Rally at Yasir Naqvi's Constituency Office

November 16th, 2015

People photo at prototest

Support Staff Rally

District 25 OSSTF

Yasir Naqvi's Office

November 16, 2015

Thanks to all who walked.

People photo at prototest

People photo at prototest

People photo at prototest

People photo at prototest

Thank You to the Photographers.

Rally 2015

Rally 2015

Rally 2015
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Rally 2015

Rally 2015

Rally 2015

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Rallys Against Bill 115

People photo at prototest



Cheryl & susan

September 28th Rally


Bill 115


Annual General Meeting of the Provincial Liberal Party.

Group at Rally

Thank you to all of you who helped make the September 28th Rally a success. 

This was our largest rally to date.  Sadly the struggle is not over.  With the introduction of legislation aimed at public service positions, it has becoming a lot like union busting and not financial responsibility.

Currently there is a lot happening in Ontario.  The passage of Bill 115 has served as a wake up call to all unionized workers that their rights are at risk. Now the other public service unions are joining the protest against Bill 115 and the proposed legislation.

It will take solidarity and political action to fight back against the loss of bargaining rights and strips to contracts.  Check out the District PAC Report for September 2012 for an idea of what is happening in District 25.

You can help!.  There are small tasks, large tasks, rallys and political action that needs your input.  Call the District 25 Office to speak to the current Political Action Chair,  or your executive member for informtion.