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In early 2013, the Ontario education minister announced that the government was imposing a two-year contract on the province's public school teachers, rather than negotiating collective agreements. In response, teachers' unions in Ontario have engaged in labour actions, including strikes and boycotts of extracurricular activities. Paul Olson, president of the Manitoba Teachers' Society, discusses labour struggles for teachers in Ontario and Chicago. There's more information at mbteach.org.