QUEEN’S PARK — Mike Schreiner released the following statement in response to the tabling of the Better Schools and Student Outcomes Act.

“We have a government that is prioritizing selling off schools over supporting students and student achievement.

What students need is for this government to invest in their success.

That means listening to educators …

TORONTO – Mike Schreiner, released the following statement:

“The Premier’s attempt to bully CUPE into submission has backfired badly by attacking people’s Charter rights. Now he needs to back down, immediately recall MPPs to Queen’s Park and repeal Bill 28.

The use of the notwithstanding clause to strip away workers’ collective bargaining rights was …

QUEEN’S PARK – Students lose when the government doesn’t care about the people who care for our children, Mike Schreiner, said today.

Speaking in the legislature during debate on Bill 28, Keeping Students in Class Act, and during Question Period, Schreiner said the bill “takes a chainsaw to the Charter rights of education …

QUEEN’S PARK – Mike Schreiner released the following statement in response to news that Minister Lecce will table legislation today imposing a contract on Canadian Union of Public Employees education workers that has precedent for being unconstitutional.

“Students and parents lose when the Premier doesn’t care for the workers who care for us.

“The …

QUEEN’S PARK – Mike Schreiner, released the following statement in response to news that the government will invoke the Notwithstanding Clause to forestall a charter challenge to its legislation imposing a contract on Canadian Union of Public Employees education workers.

“This government is taking a chainsaw to the constitutional rights of education workers.

It …

QUEEN’S PARK – Mike Schreiner, released the following statement in response to the FAO’s Economic and Budget Outlook report.

“Today’s FAO report highlights how this government’s budgetary decisions are hurting Ontarians.

At a time when our healthcare system is on the brink of collapse and food banks are struggling with increased demand, the Premier refuses …

GUELPH – Mike Schreiner, released the following statement in response to Minister Lecce’s announcement about Catch Up Plan payments.

“Minister Lecce’s ‘catch up’ payments are a petty scheme designed to pit parents against education workers.

The nominal payout to parents will do nothing to help Ontario students learn in a stable, safe classroom environment.

They are …

GUELPH – Mike Schreiner, released the following statement in response to Minister Lecce’s tweet pitting parents against education workers.

“First, the Premier threatens education workers by saying, ‘don’t force my hand.’ Now Minister Lecce has jumped on the bully bandwagon, demonising workers and pitting parents against the people who care for their kids.

After …

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