Collective Bargaining

2019-2023 PROVINCIAL COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT SIGNED

The Teachers’ Bargaining Committee and the Government-Trustee Bargaining Committee signed the new Provincial Collective Bargaining Agreement on June 17, 2020. The term of the new agreement is September 1, 2019 to August 31, 2023.

VOTING ON TENTATIVE AGREEMENT OPENS MAY 19

On Friday, May 15 eligible members will receive an email with vote instructions and a PIN to enable you to cast your vote on the tentative agreement.

TENTATIVE AGREEMENT APRIL 22, 2020

The Teachers’ Bargaining Committee reached terms of a settlement with the Government-Trustee Bargaining Committee. Details and a date for the vote, which will occur in the next four to six weeks, will be provided to members in future emails. For more details on the tentative agreement, visit here

SANCTIONS SUSPENDED MARCH 27, 2020

The Teachers’ Bargaining Committee, after consultation with the STF Executive, has suspended the sanction action effective immediately. Please note the sanction action has been suspended, not cancelled, and may be implemented in the future.

RESTRICTION OF SERVICES SANCTION UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE MARCH 12

Beginning Thursday, March 12, 2020, a Restriction of Services sanction will be implemented provincewide for all STF members and will remain in effect until further notice. Details on sanctions are available here.

BARGAINING UPDATE MARCH 10, 2020

Bargaining Update released on March 10, 2020 provides details on recent meetings with Minister Wyant and representatives of the Saskatchewan School Boards Association, and reasons why the Teachers’ Bargaining Committee decided to implement sanctions. You may also wish to read a copy of a Memorandum of Agreement  STF proposed to Government and the SSBA.

TEACHERS VOTE 90.2 PERCENT IN FAVOUR OF SANCTIONS, FEBRUARY 10 & 11, 2020

The vote followed an impasse in collective bargaining, which was declared on November 14, 2019. STF requested a Conciliation Board be formed as a means to progress bargaining. On January 24, 2020, that process also failed and bargaining remained at an impasse.