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KITCHENER - The Waterloo Catholic District School Board has announced that it would be closing its schools if CUPE workers go on strike.

The union for education workers employs 55,000 people around Ontario. Here is where some of the other school boards in our coverage area stand on the strike.

  • Bluewater District School Board: custodial and maintenance staff represented by CUPE, no plans to close
  • Brant Haldimand Norfolk Catholic District School Board: staff not represented by CUPE, no plans to close
  • Bruce-Grey Catholic District School Board: custodial staff, secretaries represented by CUPE, plans to close
  • Conseil scolaire Catholique MonAvenir: some staff represented by CUPE, schools and daycare services no plans to close
  • Conseil scolaire Viamonde: some staff represented by CUPE, no plans to close
  • Grand Erie District School Board: some staff represented by of CUPE, plans to close
  • Halton Catholic District School Board: some staff represented by CUPE, plans to close
  • Halton District School Board: custodial staff represented by CUPE, no plans to close
  • Huron-Perth Catholic District School Board: assistants, ECE, library, hall represented by CUPE, plans to close
  • Upper Grand District School Board: custodial, ESL staff represented by CUPE, no plans to close
  • Waterloo Region District School Board: staff not represented by CUPE, no plans to close
  • Waterloo Catholic District School Board: staff represented by CUPE, plans to close
  • Wellington Catholic District School Board: custodial, maintenance staff represented by CUPE, no plans to close

All information current as of Sunday, Oct. 6