Teachers declare war on McGuinty Liberals
That's the word from three powerful unions representing about 191
thousand teachers and school workers.
They say they'll strike back against the McGuinty Liberals now
that a controversial anti-strike bill has passed in the legislature.
The minority Liberals argue the legislation -- passed with the
support of the Tories -- is needed to help them eliminate the
province's 15-billion-dollar deficit.
One union is calling on teachers to withdraw from extracurricular
activities today and another wants its members to skip meetings on