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Ken Coran, middle, President of the Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation (OSSTF) speaks to media outside Queen's Park in Toronto on Sept. 11, 2012. He says the 93.4 per cent of Toronto post-secondary teachers who voted in favour of a strike ‘sets the tone’ of frustration brought about by Bill 115, which prevents them from doing so. (Kevin Van Paassen/The Globe and Mail)
Ken Coran, middle, President of the Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation (OSSTF) speaks to media outside Queen's Park in Toronto on Sept. 11, 2012. He says the 93.4 per cent of Toronto post-secondary teachers who voted in favour of a strike ‘sets the tone’ of frustration brought about by Bill 115, which prevents them from doing so. (Kevin Van Paassen/The Globe and Mail)

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In many school boards, elementary school teachers will start walk-outs this week. The elementary teachers union has vowed that it will give 72 hours notice of any action. Boards have different dates on which a strike is possible.

Teacher union locals that have announced a walkout

Simcoe County (Friday, Dec. 14)

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Kawartha Pine Ridge (Friday, Dec. 14)

Upper Grand District (Friday, Dec. 14)

Hamilton-Wentworth (Monday, Dec. 17)

Toronto (Tuesday, Dec. 18)

Peel (Tuesday, Dec. 18)

Durham (Tuesday, Dec. 18)

Waterloo (Tuesday, Dec. 18)

Greater Essex (Tuesday, Dec. 18)

Lambton-Kent (Tuesday, Dec. 18)

Near North (Tuesday, Dec. 18)

Boards where a walkout is possible with 72 hours notice (already in a legal strike position)

Rainy River

Thames Valley

Bluewater

Rainbow

Superior-Greenstone

Halton

Limestone

Upper Canada

Grand Erie

Dec. 17

Algoma

 

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