Ontario faculty college students aren’t headed again to the clbadroom anytime quickly, after putting school voted in opposition to the newest contract supply.
The outcomes of a two-day vote had been made public late Thursday morning.
Premier Kathleen Wynne issued an announcement after phrase of the vote broke, saying college students have “been in the middle of this strike for too long, and it’s not fair.”
The premier will meet will representatives from each side Thursday afternoon “to discuss how we can resolve this situation immediately and get students back to clbad where they belong. We are looking at all of our options, but I am hopeful that an agreement to return students to clbad immediately can be reached by the parties.”
For reside response to the vote from the union, watch right here:
Asfrah Syed-Emond teaches legislation clerks and paralegals as a part-time teacher at Algonquin College. (Marc-André Cossette/CBC)
The opposition instantly hammered the federal government over the vote in query interval at Queen’s Park, with NDP Leader Andrea Horwath demanding to know what the premier plans to do to get college students again to clbad.
“Surely the premier actually has a plan, as opposed to just a little discussion,” Horwath stated. “Surely she has a plan about how she is going to ensure that a fair deal is reached and support students through this process.”
Wynne replied that she helps the collective bargaining course of, and needs each side to return to an settlement.
“She knows or should know full well that the next step at this point is for us to bring together the parties and to give them the opportunity to come to an agreement.”
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Some 12,000 faculty school, together with professors, instructors, counsellors and librarians, have been on strike since Oct. 16, leaving about 500,000 college students in concern for his or her college 12 months.
In an announcement, Sonia Del Missier, chair of the universities’ bargaining group, famous that whereas school have “exercised their democratic right” by voting to reject the deal, “this is a terrible result for the 500,000 students who remain out of clbad.”
She added: “I completely sympathize with our students who have been caught in this strike for more than four weeks. This strike has gone on for too long — and we still need to resolve it and get our students and faculty back in clbad.”
Del Missier stated she will likely be in contact with the provincially appointed mediator to hunt path on subsequent steps.