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Strike averted as Ontario reaches tentative deal with education workers

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A school strike has been averted in Ontario as education workers and the government reached a tentative agreement late Sunday afternoon.
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Ontario's education workers reach tentative deal with province

Ontario's education workers on Sunday reached a tentative deal with the government of the Canadian province, fending off a strike set to begin on Monday. "There will be no job action tomorrow," the Ontario School Board Council Of Unions (OSBCU) said in a statement, adding that the members will be reporting to schools. The union, that represents 55,000 education workers of the

3 months ago·United Kingdom
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Strike averted as Ontario reaches tentative deal with education workers

A school strike has been averted in Ontario as education workers and the government reached a tentative agreement late Sunday afternoon.

3 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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CUPE calls off strike, schools to reopen Monday as tentative deal reached with province

The strike is off — and school is on. Last-ditch negotiations landed a tentative deal between CUPE and the government, averting job action by support staff that would have seen hundreds of...

3 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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CUPE, Ontario government reach deal; strike called off

CUPE said both sides had agreed to a $1-per-hour raise each year, or about 3.59 per cent annually

3 months ago·Canada
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CUPE, Ontario government reach deal; strike called off

A union representing 55,000 Ontario education workers says it has reached a deal with the provincial government.

3 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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Tentative Deal With Ontario Education Workers Will Avert Strike, Keep Schools Open

At nearly the final hour of bargaining, before a scheduled strike of 55,000 education support workers would have shut down most Ontario schools tomorrow, the government said a tentative agreement has been reached with the union after intense weekend bargaining. At a news conference today, Education Minister Stephen Lecce said the deal “will provide stability for children” and keep 2 million kids in the classroom. He said he would not provide fur…

3 months ago·New York, United States
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