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With no end in sight, the Ontario-wide college faculty strike has reached week two with students still anxious about what this could mean for their education.
Lost belongings are harder to trace in classrooms because of a lack of security cameras.
While the turn out wasn’t as big as they were expecting, Centennial College students held a rally in downtown Toronto in a show of solidarity for college faculty on strike.
It’s day two of the faculty strike supported by Ontario Public Service Employees Union (OPSEU) and there’s no signs or indication as to how long the strike might carry on for.
Humber student-athletes were told it’s going to be “business as usual” around the athletics department when it comes to the looming teachers strike.
Faculty members aren’t the only ones preparing for a potential strike; students are also bracing themselves to have suspended classes as of this Monday.
With an Ontario Colleges faculty strike set to possibly begin on Oct. 16, students at the University of Guelph-Humber learned this morning that the strike would affect their class schedules as well.
Humber College joined forces with Plug’n Drive, a non-profit organization committed to bettering the environment, to increase public awareness to Humber students about electric cars.
In mid-September, 68 per cent of the Ontario Public Service Employees Union (OPSEU) voted for a strike. After OPSEU requested a “no board” report last week, a conciliator set Oct. 15 as the earliest day all 24 public colleges can legally strike.
Humber College students are beginning to worry as a province-wide strike may be on the horizon.