. Ontario Teachers’ Union Implements Controversial Weighted Voting System To Increase Minority Representation « JO LEE MAGAZINE

National Post – A teachers’ union in southern Ontario has decided that if not enough minority members of the board are present, votes will be weighted to further the representation of minority members. The new system, aimed at improving the representation of Indigenous, Black and racialized teachers in the union’s decision-making process, will ensure that they always represent 50 per cent of the votes. It means that if 15 people voting have not self-identified as racialized, and five have, both groups will…

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