Toronto Catholic District School Board Collective Agreement

As a result, all Catholic schools in York will be open to regular school activities and student transportation will operate as usual for eligible students. On Friday, December 13, the OSSTF announced that its members would proceed on Wednesday, December 18, 2019 to a withdrawal of one day of service from 10 boards. Yesterday, we informed the families that the Union of Canadian Public Employees (CUPE) had announced its intention to make the work action on Monday, October 7, 2019 a strike. This means a complete withdrawal of services by our education workers represented by CUPE if no provincial agreement is reached on the weekend. No no. When schools are closed to pupils, cooperative training places are abolished. Please note that all YCDSB schools are open during this employment action and classes continue. Transportation for eligible students is also provided. ETFO has announced that they will participate in rotating strikes in different bodies across the province in the coming weeks. If we receive a notification that DCDSB ETFO members will resign at any time, we will notify the affected families directly. If no provisional agreement can be reached in advance, a one-day strike will take place on Thursday 5 March: therefore, CUPE will not strike and our schools will be open to students on Monday 7 October 2019. We are pleased to inform you that the Ontario Education Workers Alliance (EWAO), the Government of Ontario and the Council of Conservative Associations have reached a preliminary agreement.