Ontario has reached a tentative deal with public elementary teachers, ending a work-to-rule campaign that began last spring.
The Elementary School Teachers' Federation of Ontario started the strike action in May.
The union's 78,000 members escalated their work-to-rule campaign near the beginning of the school year and again last month when they withdrew from extracurricular activities.
Education Minister Liz Sandals says the teachers will now be preparing full progress reports, including comments.
The government also reached a deal Monday with support staff represented by the Canadian Union of Public Employees.
Sandals says the government isn't covering the negotiating costs of either of those unions, as it has for the unions representing high school teachers, English Catholic teachers and French teachers, to the tune of $2.5-million.
The government has not yet reached a deal with education workers represented by the Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation, and Sandals says she has now given school boards consent to dock the pay of those workers engaging in a work-to-rule campaign.