Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation

Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation
OSSTF/FEESO
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Full name Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation
Founded 1919
Members 60,000
Country Canada
Affiliation CLC
Office location Toronto, Ontario
Website www.osstf.on.ca

The Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation (OSSTF) is a trade union which represents 60,000 members across Ontario, Canada.

Founded in 1919, its membership includes public high school teachers, occasional teachers, teaching assistants, psychoeducational consultants, social workers, child and youth counsellors, speech-language pathologists, continuing education teachers, instructors and support staff from several Ontario universities.

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