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
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...
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…