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OPSBA Connects

Monday, August 15 2022

OPSBA in the Media – August 2022

'COVID has put an extra load on the backs of trustees': Few candidates seek school board seats in Simcoe CountyToronto...
Monday, July 25 2022

OPSBA in the Media – July 2022

Want to help shape Ontario’s public schools for the next generation? Run for school board trusteeToronto Star - July...
Monday, July 04 2022

Legislative Update – July 4, 2022

Provincial Election – Parliamentary Assistants Announced The government has announced its Parliamentary Assistants...
Monday, June 20 2022

Legislative Update – June 20, 2022

Provincial Election – Next Steps Post-election, the province is out of caretaking mode but now entering a transition...

OPSBA in the Media

​Cohn misrepresents role of school boards Re: Tragedy opens heart, bigotry doesn’t, Feb. 2 OPSBA President Laurie French, Letter to the Editor, The Star, Feb. 6, 2017 Tragedy opens heart, bigotry doesn’t, Feb. 2 Martin Regg Cohn is right in saying that classrooms in...

Ontario Newsroom

More Support for Parents to Get Involved in Their Children's Learning, Feb. 23, 2017 Ontario Strengthening Negotiation Process with the Education Sector, Feb. 21, 2017 Ontario Providing Faster Access to Mental Health Services for Thousands of People, Feb. 8, 2017...

Public Education Symposium (PES) 2017

​ More than 290 trustees, student trustees, Directors of Education and senior school board administrators participated in the Ontario Public School Boards' Association's (OPSBA) successful PES 2017, jointly hosted with the Association des conseil scolaires des écoles...

OPSBA in the Media

​Rural Ontario school closings hit communities hard Kristin Rushowy, The Star, Jan. 22, 2017 Andrea Elgar’s daughters get on a bus at 7:15 each morning, arriving at school an hour later. They don’t get home until 4 p.m. each day. It’s a commute she already considers...

President French on The Agenda

​OPSBA President Laurie French appeared on TVO's The Agenda on Jan. 16, 2017, for a segment called "An Education For All." The episode examined what school boards across Ontario are facing with regards to tough choices when it comes to closing and...

Monday, August 15 2022

OPSBA in the Media – August 2022

'COVID has put an extra load on the backs of trustees': Few candidates seek school board seats in Simcoe CountyToronto...
Monday, July 25 2022

OPSBA in the Media – July 2022

Want to help shape Ontario’s public schools for the next generation? Run for school board trusteeToronto Star - July...
Monday, July 04 2022

Legislative Update – July 4, 2022

Provincial Election – Parliamentary Assistants Announced The government has announced its Parliamentary Assistants...
Monday, June 20 2022

Legislative Update – June 20, 2022

Provincial Election – Next Steps Post-election, the province is out of caretaking mode but now entering a transition...

OPSBA in the Media

​Cohn misrepresents role of school boards Re: Tragedy opens heart, bigotry doesn’t, Feb. 2 OPSBA President Laurie French, Letter to the Editor, The Star, Feb. 6, 2017 Tragedy opens heart, bigotry doesn’t, Feb. 2 Martin Regg Cohn is right in saying that classrooms in...

Ontario Newsroom

More Support for Parents to Get Involved in Their Children's Learning, Feb. 23, 2017 Ontario Strengthening Negotiation Process with the Education Sector, Feb. 21, 2017 Ontario Providing Faster Access to Mental Health Services for Thousands of People, Feb. 8, 2017...

Public Education Symposium (PES) 2017

​ More than 290 trustees, student trustees, Directors of Education and senior school board administrators participated in the Ontario Public School Boards' Association's (OPSBA) successful PES 2017, jointly hosted with the Association des conseil scolaires des écoles...

OPSBA in the Media

​Rural Ontario school closings hit communities hard Kristin Rushowy, The Star, Jan. 22, 2017 Andrea Elgar’s daughters get on a bus at 7:15 each morning, arriving at school an hour later. They don’t get home until 4 p.m. each day. It’s a commute she already considers...

President French on The Agenda

​OPSBA President Laurie French appeared on TVO's The Agenda on Jan. 16, 2017, for a segment called "An Education For All." The episode examined what school boards across Ontario are facing with regards to tough choices when it comes to closing and...

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