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TDSB board committees

TDSB board committees

Trustee Committees TDSB Trustees meet at least nine times during the year for regular meetings of all trustees. There are also four standing committees and one permanent committee that meet and present reports at the regular Board meetings. Administration, Finance and Accountability Committee Trustee Michael Ford Trustee David Smith, Chair Trustee Chris Tonks, Vice-chair Trustee Jennifer Story, PP... »

Shaun Chen elected to chair the TDSB

Shaun Chen elected to chair the TDSB

  TDSB elects Trustee Shaun Chen to chair newly elected board. Scarborough’s Sean Chen wants ‘to turn the page’ on past disputes involving Donna Quan and more. Chen defeated Chris Glover for the job Monday night. more… »

Live link to board meetings

  Watch the live webcast of TDSB board meeting’s from 7pm Dec 1st, Dec 10th 2014  and in monthly (see schedule). »

$500m cut to education budget

Some schools in Ontario will be shut down as the Liberal government makes education funding cuts to help eliminate a $12.5-billion deficit in three years, Education Minister Liz Sandals admitted Tuesday. The planned cuts are included in the government’s 2015-16 education funding guide, which was obtained by the New Democrats and calls for permanent savings of up to $500 million by 2017-18. &... »

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Trustee Toronto District School Board – Ward 1   66 of 66 Polls Reporting Candidate Total votes % of total votes Michael Ford 10511 43.741% John Hastings 5371 22.351% Tahir Ahmad 2934 12.21% Sandy Zajac 1302 5.418% Dahir Galbete 1286 5.352% Kim King 1046 4.353% Richardo Harvey 914 3.804% Eli Sivalingam 666 2.772% Totals 24030 100% Trustee Toronto District School Board – Ward 2        7... »

Measure elected trustees against CPE’s platform!

Measure elected trustees against CPE’s platform!

A 10 Point Program for Public Education in Toronto. »

Corporations still won’t pay their share.

Corporations still won’t pay their share.

On Monday July 14th, Ontario Finance Minister Charles Sousatabled an identical … $130.4 billion fiscal blueprint to the one he introduced May 1, which sparked last month’s election. “It’s a little bit of déjà vu, but a lot has changed,” the treasurer told reporters, referring to the fact Premier Kathleen Wynne’s Liberals were re-elected June 12 with a majority government and no longer need o... »

HUDAK’S PLAN WILL MAKE LIFE HARDER FOR STUDENTS

HUDAK’S PLAN WILL MAKE LIFE HARDER FOR STUDENTS

The Conservative government is planning to slash 10,000 jobs in education, increase class sizes, halt the implementation of full day kindergarten and end tuition grants for post-secondary students. This isn’t fair to students! Vote wisely on June 12! »

HUDAK’S PLAN WILL MAKE LIFE HARDER FOR FAMILIES

HUDAK’S PLAN WILL MAKE LIFE HARDER FOR FAMILIES

The Conservative government is planning to reduce the wages and benefits of hard-working Ontarians in addition to slashing 100,000 jobs in the public sector. Families will struggle. Vote wisely on June 12! »

HUDAK’S PLAN WILL MAKE LIFE HARDER FOR SENIORS

HUDAK’S PLAN WILL MAKE LIFE HARDER FOR SENIORS

The Conservative government is promising to reduce pensions. What will this leave our seniors with? Vote wisely on June 12! »

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