Controversial teachers bill to become law today
A contentious anti-strike bill that reins in wages and cuts benefits for Ontario teachers will come to a final vote today.
The Liberal minority government's legislation would impose new contracts on thousands of teachers and education workers whose
unions have vowed to fight it in court.
Education Minister Laurel Broten believes the bill will pass with the help of the Progressive Conservatives -- and that it would
withstand a constitutional challenge.