The main tasks of the local bargaining unit are to represent its members in local collective bargaining with their employer education authority, to deal with members` complaints and to promote the health and safety of the working environment. “Despite the impact of monday`s partial withdrawal of services, all CDSBEO schools remain open and regular classroom classes continue,” said President Todd Lalonde. “We remain committed to the bargaining process and thank the Community for its patience and understanding as collective bargaining continues in the provinces.” CDSBEO has received a notification that the Ontario English Catholic Teachers` Association (OCDETA), the Ontario Catholic School Trustees` Association (OCSTA) and the Government of Ontario have entered into an interim collective agreement. The board will publish the details as soon as information is available on CDSBEO social media and on this website, as well as by direct email to parents via SchoolMessenger. CDSBEO continues to monitor this situation closely and appreciates the patience of our school community. As a Catholic school authority, we respect collective bargaining and hope that a freely negotiated agreement can soon be reached. We are not directly involved in central negotiations, but we are aware that the OECD will continue provincial negotiations on Thursday 9 January and Friday 10 January in order to work towards an agreement. Access your local collective agreement and provincial settlement protocol in 2015. Please note that the Ontario English Catholic Teachers Association (OCDETA), the union that represents all CDSBEO teachers, has indicated that its members have informed during the week of the 24th In the absence of an agreement, they will participate in full rotating withdrawals from the service on February 2, 2020.
Based on the rotation plan, all CDSBEO primary and secondary schools will be closed to students on Friday, February 28, 2020. . This employment measure concerns only the initiatives of the Ministry of Education and/or school administration; It will not affect students` learning in the classroom, but despite all efforts, the partial withdrawal of these services may result in some disruption. The Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario will work diligently to minimize the impact on our students and school communities if action is taken. Starting Monday, January 13, 2020, the Ontario English Catholic Teachers Association (OECTA), which represents Catholic English teachers in the province of Ontario, will be able to take legal action. AddressSudbury Office 174 Douglas, Suite 202 Sudbury, ON P3E 1G1. AddressBurlington Office 980 Fraser Drive Unit 113 Burlington, ON L7L 5P5 AddressHamilton Office 209 McNab Street North Hamilton, ON L8R 2M5 The Ontario English Catholic Teachers` Association (OECTA) has directed its members across Ontario not to participate in activities related to the EQAO, including the management and assessment of grade 9 Math Assessment. . .