Public high school teachers could be walking the picket lines tomorrow
With no progress at the bargaining table, it looks like public high school teachers across the province, will go ahead with a planned one day strike.
Unless, the province and OSSTF, break their impasse over wages, classroom sizes and online learning, public high school students will get a day off tomorrow.
The one day strike would be the first general strike at Ontario schools since 1997 when teachers walked out to protest cuts by the Conservative government of Mike Harris.
Negotiations are set to continue today between the union and the province.
Jeff McCormick speaks to Matt Holmes this morning about officially being named the New Fire Chief here in St.Catharines. Jeff has been the acting fire chief for over two years. The official announcement was made at City Council on December 2nd.
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