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Ontario Teaching Associations/Unions

Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario 

480 University Avenue,
Suite 1000, Toronto, ON
M5G 1V2

The Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario (ETFO) is the professional and protective organization representing 78,000 teachers, occasional teachers and education professionals employed in Ontario’s public elementary schools. All public elementary teachers in Ontario are active members of ETFO provincially and are also members of one of 76 ETFO locals across the province.
Ontario English Catholic Teachers' Association

65 St. Clair Avenue East
Toronto, ON M4T 2Y8

The OECTA is a representative organization aimed at engaging with Catholic teachers and acting on their behalf. Their key areas of support include: collective bargaining and contract management, member counselling and legal support, lobbying, advocacy, and public relations, professional development and leadership training

Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation

60 Mobile Drive
Toronto, ON M4A 2P3


OSSTF/FEESO is an independent, socially active union that promotes and advances the cause of public education and the rights of students, educators and educational workers. 

They include public high school teachers, occasional teachers, teaching assistants, continuing education teachers and instructors, psychologists, secretaries, speech-language pathologists, social workers, plant support personnel, attendance counsellors, and many others in education.

Ontario Teacher's Federation

1300 Yonge Street, Suite 200
Toronto, ON M5R 2B9


The Ontario Teachers’ Federation represents all teachers in the province’s publicly funded schools. We are the unifying voice safeguarding their profession, pensions and public education.

Association des enseignantes et des enseignants franco-ontariens
681 Chemin Belfast,
Ottawa, ON K1J 0Z4


L’Association des enseignantes et des enseignants franco-ontariens (AEFO) est un syndicat francophone voué à la défense et à la promotion des intérêts professionnels, sociaux et économiques de ses membres. 


  • protège et défend les intérêts de ses membres
  • maintient des liens étroits avec ses membres par son offre de service et ses communications
  • offre de la formation syndicale et favorise le perfectionnement professionnel de ses membres
  • exerce un leadership social en favorisant un réseautage avec d’autres organismes