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Statement From the STF President

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As President of the Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation, I’d like to acknowledge the news that a total of four former Ministers of Education Gord Wyant, Dustin Duncan, Don Morgan and Donna Harpauer will not seek re-election this fall.

Teacher Demonstration Sites – February 7, 2024

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Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation members representing six local teachers’ associations will take part in a one-day strike on Wednesday, February 7. Members of the following local associations will be at demonstration sites between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.

Saskatchewan Teachers to Withdraw Noon-Hour Supervision 

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Today, teachers are giving 48 hours’ notice of a one-day, provincewide withdrawal of noon-hour supervision that will take place Thursday, February 8. 
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Second Round of Rotating Teacher Strikes

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Today, teachers are giving 48 hours’ notice of locations for the next round of rotating strikes. The following teachers’ local associations will be taking strike action on Wednesday, February 7:
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Teachers Implement Rotating Strikes

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Second Provincewide Teachers’ Strike Set For January 22

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In a news conference today, Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation President Samantha Becotte announced that the next round of job action will be a second one-day provincewide strike held on Monday, January 22. The first one-day strike was held this past Tuesday, January 16. Despite solidarity from across the country and overwhelming public support, the government is not listening and refuses to engage in meaningful conversation.
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New Five-Day Countdown to Teacher Job Action

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With the Government of Saskatchewan still refusing to give their bargaining committee a new mandate to negotiate on key issues, Saskatchewan teachers are beginning a new five-day countdown to further job action. If government does not get serious about true negotiations and change course, the next job action will begin on Monday, January 22. Specific information related to this job action will be shared no less than 48 hours prior.
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Government Forces Teachers’ Strike

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Even when given five days’ notice, the Government of Saskatchewan failed to return to the table to bargain on critical issues for teachers, parents and students. This has forced teachers to begin job action with a one-day provincewide strike. Today, teachers have gathered at demonstration sites in communities across Saskatchewan, demanding government return to the bargaining table to discuss working and learning conditions in publicly funded schools.  
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