Ontario education unions launch court challenges of public sector wage cap

"This is not about money. It’s about the right to negotiate without government interference."

Four of Ontario’s education unions are launching court challenges of the Ford government’s public sector wage cap, which will each argue that the legislation violates educators’ constitutional rights to unrestricted collective bargaining.

The four groups — who collectively represent Ontario’s public elementary, public secondary, French and English Catholic educators — assembled their presidents to announce the move at Queen’s Park on Thursday morning, on the last day that the provincial legislature is scheduled to sit for 2019.

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Written by Victoria Gibson
iPolitics
December 12, 2019
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