Why the Ford government isn't stopping teachers' strikes with back-to-work legislation just yet - 2020-01-19

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F182.png Why the Ford government isn't stopping teachers' strikes with back-to-work legislation just yet January 19, 2020, Mike Crawley, CBC News

More than one million students across Ontario face a day of cancelled school in the coming week because of teachers' strikes, but the government of Premier Doug Ford is not using legislation to stop the walkouts — at least not yet.

Legislating teachers back to work is "the last step," Ford said this week when he took questions from reporters at Queen's Park. "What we really want to do is get a deal."

How much labour disruption would it take for the government to legislate an end to the strikes? When I asked Education Minister Stephen Lecce, he said that's not his focus right now, and said negotiated agreements are the "best option for all the parties."

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