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Algoma District School Board and District 2 OSSTF Secondary school teachers secure new four-year interim agreement The Ontario Teachers` Association (OECD) met today with government officials and Catholic School Board administrators to continue negotiations on a new collective agreement. A conciliator appointed by the Minister of Labour was present to support the discussions. Given that the OECD is unlikely to make progress, it has asked the conciliator to submit a ”non-board” report. ”Despite the challenges… Re: Labour Relations in Education As you may know, the Ontario Secondary School Teachers` Federation (OSSTF) announced on Friday, November 29, 2019 five (5) days in advance to strike for a day on Wednesday, December 4, 2019. This means that OSSTF workers will be on strike for one day unless an agreement is reached in advance at the provincial bargaining table. Although many… ”Achieving a quadrennial collective agreement will further improve relations with high school teachers. We appreciate this group`s contribution to creating a stimulating and positive learning environment that builds on a quality education system,” said Wanda McQueen, ADSB President. We thank both negotiating teams for their efforts to reach this collective agreement. 29.11.2019 at 21:57 November 29, 2019 Love ADSB Families of Elementary and Secondary Students: The Ontario Secondary School Teachers` Federation (OSSTF) announced that it has announced its work strike action to the rule for a full withdrawal of services (otherwise known as strike or shutdown) for one day, Wednesday, December 4, 2019, when a provincial agreement … Malini Leahy, Executive Director of OSSTF, said in an interview with Village Media on Thursday: ”Our intention is to come to the table and conclude a fair collective agreement, but to date the Crown (provincial government) has come to the table with minor issues and has not come to the table with anything essential.” The Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE), which represents 55,000 school officials, including office workers, facilitators and teaching assistants through the Ontario Union School Board (OSBCU), after reaching a legal strike on September 30, reached an agreement with the province on October 6. While both parties believe that this agreement is consistent with the provincial discussion table, both parties have agreed to jointly present the terms of the contract to the department to ensure that the parameters of the provincial discussion table are respected. Teachers and teaching staff represented by the Ontario Secondary Education Teachers` Federation (OSSTF/FEESO) will participate on Wednesday, December 4 in a full one-day withdrawal from service across the province if no new agreement is reached by then.

The one-day strike was followed by six days of information strikes and a limited withdrawal of administrative services, which began on 26 November. The announcement of …