Public high school teachers to unveil next step in labour dispute
The union representing public high school teachers is expected to unveild today its next move in the ongoing labour dispute with the province.
In a directive issued Monday night, the union reminding teachers, they had already decided should the province invoke Bill 115 extra curriculars would not return this semester.
Yesterday, Education Minister Laurel Broten indicating she is considering allowing parents and volunteers to oversee after school sports and clubs should teachers refuse.
Union chief Ken Coran says his members have already agreed to a day of protest