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World Education Support Personnel Day 2023 – May 16, 2023

World Education Support Personnel Day was launched in connection with Education International’s (EI) first-ever ESP Conference in 2018. This is a day to recognize the extraordinary contribution education workers make to our schools and our union. OSSTF/FEESO celebrates the work of education workers across the globe and across Ontario, emphasizing their role to ensure the delivery of high-quality public education, and to shine a light on the challenges that education workers face in their workplaces. Despite the lack of support from a provincial government that forgets the contributions Education Support Personnel make to keep the school system going, you continue to make significant contributions to your students every day. Watch for a special treat for Educational Assistant to arrive in the mailbag! The Toronto Blue Jays Special Officer The Toronto Blue Jays are running a special offer on tickets for teachers and education workers. Please click on the direct link found below to purchase 30% off tickets in select 100 Level, 200 Level, and 500 Level seats. Once there, please click the ‘Buy Tickets’ button to have the 30% special offer rate applied to your purchase. Teachers and Education Workers Special Offer | Tickets | Toronto Blue Jays ( This discount is valid for select games starting today until June 30, 2023, up to 8 tickets per game. This offer is subject to seat availability. For groups of 9+, please contact Noah Blackwell at or 416-341- 3904. National MMIWG2S Awareness Day May 5, 2023 May 5th is National MMIWG2S Awareness Day, also known as Red Dress Day. Help spread awareness of our Missing and Murdered Indigenous women, girls, and two-spirit and keep the conversation going. On Red Dress Day, the National Day of Awareness of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, and Two-Spirit People (MMIWG2S) in Canada, missing from their families, friends, and loved ones, you are encouraged to wear red, hang a red dress in your window or join an event and to help raise awareness and to honour those taken from their families and communities.

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