BARGAINING IN ONTARIO COLLEGES STRIKE TO RESUME THURSDAY

Nov 01, 2017

By Bob Komsic

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For the first time since the strike began October 15th, the two sides in the provincial colleges strike have agreed to return to the bargaining table Thursday.
(Kris Ketonen / CBC)
The dispute involving more than 12,000 professors, instructors, counsellors and librarians have put hundreds of thousands of students out of class.
The chair of the colleges bargaining team says the strike’s gone on for too long.
”We can reach a settlement quickly and have classes start again early next week,” said Sonia Del Missier.
The head of Local 110 of the Ontario Public Services Employees Union  says it’s accepted the invite. 
Outstanding issues include faculty contracts as well as he ratio of full-time to part-time faculty members.
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