District 20 Halton
980 Fraser Drive, Unit 211
Burlington, Ontario. L7L5P5
(905) 332-1228

Services

Welcome to Our Services Area

Founded in 1919, OSSTF/FEESO is a trade union serving almost 60,000 members represented in 140 bargaining units across Ontario. These bargaining units represent both English and French members in elementary and secondary school workplaces, private schools, consortia offering support services to school boards and universities. 

The OSSTF/FEESO provincial site offers secure service for active members only. User accounts are created by Provincial Office staff and passwords have been included with the annual renewal stickers.  Click on the graphic below which will take you to the secure area of the provincial site.  There, you will have a choice of 6 secure services to access including the 'Members Only' page.


OSSTF/FEESO Membership ID

Your OSSTF/FEESO Membership ID can be found on your OSSTF/FEESO Membership Card and contains digits only.

Password

This is assigned when the account is created and is communicated directly to members. It is case sensitive and can be changed upon successful login under the “Options” button.
CPAC: Communications Political Action Committee
CUPE: Canadian Union of Public Employees
PDT: Provincial Discussion Table
OPSBA: Ontario Public School Boards Association
OTPP: Ontario Teachers Pension Plan
OTIP: Ontario Teachers Insurance Plan
OECTA: Ontario English Catholic Teachers Association
ETFO: Elementary Teachers Federation of Ontario
HSPA: Halton Secondary Principals Association
OLRB: Ontario Labour Relations Board
WSIB: Workplace Safety and Insurance Board

Disclaimer

The information contained in this website is for general information purposes only. The information is provided by OSSTF and while we endeavour to keep the information correct, we make no representations or warranties of any kind.

Contact

980 Fraser Drive, Unit 211
Burlington, Ontario,
Canada.
L7L 5P5
Phone (905) 332-1228
Fax (905) 335-9220

Mission

Students, parents, teachers and education workers all want a strong public education system. We work directly with our members to enhance the students’ experience every day. We work with parents and school boards to safeguard the quality of our public education system.