OCSTA Fall Regional Meetings

OCSTA’s annual Fall Regional Meetings will begin on September 17. Registration information was provided to all boards several weeks ago. If you have questions related to registration, please contact Jane Ponte – jponte@ocsta.on.ca.

Following are the dates, locations and the agenda for each meeting:

 

WEST

Monday, September. 17

9:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Hosted by: Bruce-Grey CDSB

Location: Walkerton Water Centre

20 Ontario Road, Walkerton  N0G 2V0

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EAST

Wednesday, September 19

9:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Ottawa CSB (Boardroom)

570 West Hunt Club Road

Nepean ON  K2G 3R4

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NORTH EAST

Saturday, September 22

8:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Hosted by: Huron-Superior CDSB

Location: St. Mary’s College

868 Second Line East, SSM  P6B 4K4

A reception for delegates and guests will be held on the evening of Friday, September 21 at the Water Tower Inn.

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CENTRAL

Wednesday, September 26

9:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Niagara CDSB (Fr. Burns Boardroom)

427 Rice Road

Welland, L3C 7C1

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NORTH WEST

Saturday, September 29, 8:00 a.m. – 12 noon

Valhalla Inn, 1 Valhalla Inn Road, Thunder Bay  P7E 6J1

In conjunction with the Thunder Bay Diocesan Catholic School Trustees’ Association

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Upcoming OCSTA Events

  • 2018 Fall Regional Meetings 
    • September 17 – WEST Meeting – Host: Bruce-Grey CDSB
    • September 19 – EAST Meeting – Host: Ottawa CSB
    • September 22 – NORTH EAST Meeting – Host: Huron-Superior CDSB
    • September 26 – CENTRAL Meeting – Host: Niagara CDSB
    • September 29 – NORTH WEST Meeting – Host: TB Diocesan Catholic School Trustees’ Conference
  • 2018 Seminar for CDSB Communications Staff – November 23, 2018
  • 2019 Catholic Trustees’ Seminar – January 18-19 – TORONTO (Delta Hotels – Toronto Airport)
  • 2019 AGM and Conference – April 25-27 – TORONTO (InterContinental Toronto Centre – downtown Toronto)

Municipal Election Information

  • MPAC has once again launched the voterlookup.ca site. It is very important for Catholic ratepayers to know that they can correct information on the voters list, especially school support data by accessing the voterlookup.ca website. Due to MPAC’s default mechanism, many times Catholic school supporters are listed incorrectly as public school supporters (typically the default mechanism happens after a move). Catholic school boards are encouraged to share the voterlookup.ca website with parents and other supporters in the community to ensure that our Catholic voters are able to vote for their local Catholic trustee in the next municipal election.
  • For more resources and guides for Catholic trustees please visit OCSTA’s Municipal Election Page.