Support staff gets an offer by province government to grab tentative

To reach an unsure deal Sunday night, the Canadian Union of Public Employees and Provincial Government managed themselves which means that no strike from 55000 caretakers, educational assistants, early childhood educators, and office staff.

On Monday, the schools in Ontario are supposed to open as usual. This is a kind of relief for those parents who faced ongoing uncertainty. In an event of a walkout, when the number of boards said for the schools to remain Many of the folks spent for weekend rushing just for the security of alternative care for their children.

Now parents can rest easy as the Government said that their children will stay in the classroom for now, where they belong. Education Minister Stephen Lecce said that all parties can leave for this deal by being optimistic on Sunday.

Star was the only win for the Government was in holding CUPE to 1% wage will get increased in each year of the three-year deal.

Maria Rizzo, who is the Toronto Catholic District School Board chair, said that a strike is tough enough on the parents.

CUPE, the province, and school board association, they returned to the table near around late in the afternoon on Friday. The reason, why they came into continue bargaining about all weekend to turn away the strike.

The Government said about the key issue which was sick leave and how it leads to the revolving door of staff in schools.

Sunday night was quite an unsure deal for strengthening the veracity of the sick leave system.