Ontario English Catholic Teachers suspend rotating strikes Noelle Sinclair The Ontario English Catholic Teachers Association announcing this afternoon it will suspend rotating strikes next week. In a news release this afternoon the OECTA says "today’s historic strike was an incredible display of the passion and dedication of teachers and education workers across Ontario. At the same time, we have always said that our goal is to negotiate a deal at the bargaining table, and it is clear that our efforts are being effective in forcing the government to work with our Association toward a fair agreement. The mediator has called the parties back to the table on Monday, February 24, and we have been assured that the discussions will continue to be meaningful. As a result, OECTA will be suspending the rotating strikes planned for next week." The rotating job action was to impact the Niagara Catholic School board on Monday. The board tweeting out the good news this afternoon to students and parents, confirming their schools will be open on Monday and transportation provided as usual. We are all reminded to resist temptation this holiday weekend The Easter long weekend is a day away and Canada's top doc is expressing concerns the temptation to get together with family will be too much for some people to ignore. Might be time to call your insurance company and ask for a rate cut With OPP reporting fewer collisions on roads in Ontario, should drivers being paying less for insurance? Motley Crue drummer optimistic tour won't be postponed Tommy Lee says the Motley Crue summer tour is still on. Music News London's BST Hyde Park Festival Cancelled Due To COVID-19 'Friday' Singer Rebecca Black Comes Out Drake's Toronto Mansion Featured In 'Architectural Digest'