Teachers walk off job, protest imposed contract outside legislature
Hundreds of teachers and their supporters marched around the building in a noisy procession, chanting, clanging bells and waving placards as members of the legislature discussed Bill 75, the disputed government bill many educators say does little to address deteriorating classroom conditions.
Some good @real_timbophoto shots here. #nspoli #canlab #NSTUnited https://t.co/W2QccR7UN8
Nova Scotia teachers walk out, stage massive rally to protest imposed contract #Bill75 https://t.co/1RYKMQwQuI https://t.co/9ffUMu3FcH
DALLAS (AP) — More than 30 people who attended an event with motivational speaker Tony Robbins have been treated for burns after Robbins encouraged them to walk on hot coals as a way of conquering their fears, Dallas fire officials said. Five people were t
The Nova Scotia Teachers Union has agreed to talk about working conditions with the government while contract talks remain at a standstill.
Ryan Pearce’s very first job was also his last. Pearce, 19, loved working with tools and was thrilled to land a gig in construction. Three weeks into the job, the Toronto resident was working in the basement of a house when it collapsed. By the time rescue
Kent County chapter joins the Mi'kmaki Water Walk to protect the Shubenacadie River | The Council of Canadians
Chapter activist Ann Pohl in the Mi'kmaki Water Walk, May 21. The Council of Canadians Kent County chapter participated in Mi'kmaki Water Walk 2016 this past weekend. Kent County chapter activist Ann Pohl took part in the walk on May 21. As noted on their
Download or Stream our new album "Sing It all Away" here: iTunes: http://smarturl.it/wote_siaaitunes Google Play: http://smarturl.it/wote_siaagp Amazon: http://smarturl.it/wote_siaaamz Stream WOTE on Spotify here: http://smarturl.it/wote_siaaspotify WOTE m
Nova Scotia's education minister says a conciliator has filed a report in the contract dispute with the province's 9,000 unionized teachers.
The two sides have had no contract talks since teachers rejected a second tentative agreement in early October. Since then, teachers have given their union a 96 per cent strike mandate.