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Halifax school board to change bus schedules while teachers work-to-rule

Concern for student safety during Nova Scotia teachers’ work-to-rule campaign is prompting the Halifax school board to change some bus schedules.

New arrival and departure times, mandated by the… 240 more words

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Lawmakers Ask Illinois Governor To Resume Contract Talks

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) — Nearly three dozen Illinois legislators of both political stripes are asking Gov. Bruce Rauner to resume contract negotiations with the state’s largest public-employee union. 127 more words

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Matt Lauer Staying Put at Today Show

“Where in the world is Matt Lauer?” Well, for the foreseeable future, he’ll be staying put at NBC.

The network has renewed the veteran  189 more words

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Nova Scotia premier recorded 'disappointed' video before contract talks with teachers collapsed

A video expressing Premier Stephen McNeil’s frustration at the latest collapse in contract talks with teachers is getting attention for all the wrong reasons.

The video was recorded on Friday afternoon when talks between the Nova Scotia Teachers Union and the government were still ongoing,  but in it McNeil says he’s “disappointed the union has walked away from the table.” 272 more words

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Nova Scotia teachers' 16 contract demands and what the province says they cost

The Nova Scotia government released a full breakdown of the Nova Scotia Teachers Union‘s demands, which they say total $508 million over four years — compared to the $41 million proposal the government offered. 1,266 more words

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Nova Scotia warns parents to come up with a plan in case teachers strike

Nova Scotia is asking parents to make a plan in case their kids end up out of school in the event of a teachers strike. 428 more words

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Saskatoon Transit workers taking job action against city

The union representing Saskatoon Transit workers said its members will begin job action against the city if a new contract is not reached.

Amalgamated Transit Union (ATU) Local 615 said starting on Saturday at 12:01 a.m., its members will begin a work to rule campaign. 283 more words

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