ontario education workers strike

After months of negotiations with the Ontario government, the province's 55,000 education workers have voted in favour of a new contract.

The Ontario School Board Council of Unions (OSBCU) confirmed Monday morning that 73% of its workers voted for the new deal that gives them a $1 an hour raise each year for 4 years, or 3.59% annually, for the average worker.

Keep reading...Show less

Just like last time, several school boards across Ontario have confirmed they will close for in-person learning if the province's 55,000 education workers go on strike again.

CUPE issued its 5-day strike notice Wednesday and said investments in education services came up short, despite negotiations leading to a "middle ground" regarding salary.

Keep reading...Show less

This article contains graphic content that might not be suitable for some readers.

Ontario education workers officially went on strike Friday, leaving many schools across Ontario closed for the day without the support of custodians, admin staff, and educational assistants.

Keep reading...Show less