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Teacher responsibility for student supervision during behaviour escalation

In the recent decision Ontario College of Teachers v Moss, 2022 ONOCT 98 the teachers’ regulatory body considered the role of a teacher in responding to student behaviour causing a risk of physical injury. The Member was assigned to a...

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Complaint to HPARB regarding psychological assessment dismissed

The Health Professions Review and Appeal Board (the “HPARB”) in ZH v LL, 2022 CanLII 58408 (ON HPARB) upheld the decision of the College of Psychologists of Ontario, which dismissed a complaint made by a parent regarding an assessment conducted...

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Bill 124 declared unconstitutional: Implications for the Education sector

The Ontario Superior Court of Justice recently found Bill 124, Ontario’s public sector wage restraint legislation, to be unconstitutional.[1] As a result, the Court declared the statute to be void and of no effect. However, the government has announced their...

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Projet de loi c-27 et protection de la vie privée des enfants

En juin 2022, le ministre de l’Innovation, des Sciences et de l’Industrie a déposé à la Chambre des communes le projet de loi C-27, Loi édictant la Loi sur la protection de la vie privée des consommateurs, la Loi sur le...

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Arbitrator awards teachers damages due to unilaterally re-allocated prep time

A labour arbitrator recently awarded damages to Catholic secondary school teachers after finding that a school board did not provide the teachers with requisite daily preparation time in accordance with the collective agreement.  In the decision, Ontario English Catholic Teachers’...

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Ontario Government tables legislation to prohibit strike or lockout

On October 31, 2022, the Ontario government introduced Bill 28, Keeping Students in Class Act, 2022. If passed, this legislation would prohibit CUPE workers (approximately 55,000 Ontario education workers, including educational assistants, custodians, librarians, and early childhood educators) from striking...

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Tribunal rejects parent’s attempt to challenge school lesson on gender ideology

The Ontario Human Rights Tribunal in N.B. v. Ottawa-Carleton District School Board, 2022 HRTO 1044 (CanLII) recently confirmed that including gender identity in lessons taught to grade one students is not discriminatory. To the contrary, existing legislative provisions serve to...

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HRTO confirms it has concurrent jurisdiction with labour arbitrators

This month, the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario released a decision in Weilgosh v. London District Catholic School Board, 2022 HRTO 1194 confirming the approach of the Tribunal that it has concurrent jurisdiction with labour arbitrators over human rights claims by...

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College of Teachers revokes teaching licenses as a result of speech

Two recent cases heard by the Ontario College of Teachers addressed the behaviour of teachers who were espousing racist and disparaging remarks both in and outside the classroom. Ontario College of Teachers v Dimarco, 2021 ONOCT 142 Along with allegations...

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Anti-SLAPP motion protects TCDSB trustees from defamation claim

In Volpe v. Wong-Tam 2022 ONSC 3106, the Ontario Superior Court granted an anti-SLAPP motion and dismissed a defamation suit against City of Toronto councillors and Toronto Catholic District School Board (“TCDSB”) school trustees. The plaintiffs, M.T.E.C. Consultants Ltd., which...

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An Educator's Guide to Internet and Social Media Law in the Classroom

Ce nouvel ouvrage rédigé par  Nadya Tymochenko et Gillian Tuck Kutarna (biographies seulement en anglais) traite d’un vaste éventail de sujets d’intérêt pour les professionnels de l’éducation dans le monde virtuel d’aujourd’hui.

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Bulletin matinal de droit de l’éducation

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