"I think they don't have good leadership at the head of the unions," said Premier Doug Ford'>Ontario Premier Doug Ford.
Premier Doug Ford says he blames teacher union leaders for the current standoff, and won't budge above a one per cent wage increase
Premier Doug Ford says Ontario’s major teachers’ unions have “bad leadership.”
"We will honour their memories through these scholarships," Premier Doug Ford says
Take it or leave it. That's Premier Doug Ford's hardline message to teachers' unions, saying the government will not offer their members more than a one per cent raise yearly — about half of what they are seeking.
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Doug Ford is turning something that he didn't run on, that serves no urgent purpose, that his base wasn't clamouring for, and that seems to be based mostly on personal beefs from his days as a municipal politician into his defining issue as premier.
Congratulations to Premier and the entire , including many of my former colleagues. Tomorrow is a new day for Ontario. We all look forward to a stronger and more prosperous province under Doug’s leadership of this new government.