The Ontario government tabled legislation on Monday that was supposed to prevent an education worker strike from occurring on Friday.

The 82-page bill, when passed, would establish a four-year collective agreement with approximately 55,000 school support staff under the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE)—including custodians, early childhood educators, education assistants and administrative staff—and make it illegal to go on strike.

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