Elementary school teachers protesting provincial wage freezes will
start disrupting classes on Monday.
The first in a series of one-day rotating strikes will take place in Ontario’s north and the London area.
And while the Elementary Teachers Federation of Ontario has not formally announced any job action for the Toronto area, media reports said that teachers will target school boards in York Region on Thursday.
A union spokesman Sunday refused comment on whether teachers will strike this week in York Region’s schools.
EFTO President Sam Hammond has promised to give parents 72
hours notice about any strike action.
That time frame gives parents advance warning in order to make arrangements
for their children.