Ontario’s public elementary college lecturers will likely be in a authorized strike place on Nov. 25, after the union representing them obtained a so-called “no board report” from the Ministry of Labour.
The Elementary Lecturers’ Federation of Ontario says it obtained the report Friday morning, kicking off a 17-day countdown earlier than lecturers can legally stroll off the job.
ETFO President Sam Hammond says the union will proceed to deal with contract talks and try attain a take care of the province.
Final week, the union introduced its members voted 98 per cent in favour of a strike, calling the consequence an awesome mandate for job motion if needed.
The union represents 83,000 elementary public college lecturers, occasional lecturers and schooling staff.
Schooling Minister Stephen Lecce’s workplace didn’t instantly reply to a request for remark.