Ontario public high school teachers approve proposal that would avoid strikes
Ontario secondary school teachers have voted in favour of a bargaining proposal with the province that could include the process of binding interest arbitration, but not a strike, to resolve outstanding issues.
Ontario public high school teachers vote in favour of binding arbitration, avoids strike
Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation (OSSTF) says it has voted in favour of binding arbitration process meaning there will be no strikes or lockouts during bargaining.
Ont. high school teachers OK deal to avoid strikes
TORONTO – Ontario’s public high school teachers have voted to settle unresolved contract bargaining issues through arbitration and avoid any strikes. The Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation reached a tentative […]
Ontario high school teachers vote through arbitration to avoid strike talks
[Epoch Times, September 29, 2023] (Epoch Times reporter Ji Wei Toronto reports) The provincial government and the Ontario Secondary School Teachers Association (OSSTF) reached an agreement at the end of August, and the two sides will avoid a strike through voluntary and promising arbitration. The agreement has already been voted on by high school teachers in Ontario. The voting for OSSTF educators and teacher members began on September 7 and end…
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