High school teachers describe negotiations with Ford government as 'slow and frustrating'

"Sad to say, the government has come to us with not a single substantial proposal during those five days. They are dealing with trivialities and housekeeping and it's been slow and frustrating."

Officials for the Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation call negotiations with the province 'slow and frustrating.'

President Harvey Bischof says one of the major issues is staffing concerns as the union rails against cuts by the Ford government.

So far, Bischof says there have been five meetings with the province.

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Written by Shelby Knox
Newstalk 610
October 14, 2019
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