The Interlake Teachers’ Association is proud to represent the teachers and clinicians of the Interlake School Division.


The Interlake Teachers’ Association is dedicated to empowering members by promoting and protecting their well-being. We strive to advance equitable public education through the support of relevant professional development, communication with members, professional advocacy, and community engagement.

MB GOV – Restoring Safe Services Document, June 25 Announcement on School re-opening in Sept 2020 – LINK 

MTS FAQs on Teacher Sept. 2 Return to School – LINK

MTS Member Rights to a Safe Workplace – LINK

 – The link above provides you with a the step-by-step process if you feel you are in a position to refuse unsafe work in a reopening/return to school plan.

  • FAQs – Click HERE for some questions that have been submitted by fellow ITA members.
  • MTS website LINK to home page/news/updates

  • Manitoba Teacher Magazine latest edition here – LINK

In the News:

  • MAY 21 – Reopening Press Release – LINK

  • PHASE 2 – Restoring Services Draft Plan – LINK

  • Schools Scramble to Plan Partial Reopening – LINK

  • Arbitration Award could be precedent-setting – LINK

    • LINK to the Full LRTA Interest Award Document
  • Cash Strapped Divisions Worry – LINK

  • Government Mandate Letter to Minister of Education – LINK 

  • 2020-21 Provincial Education Funding Impact per Division – LINK 

  • LINK to Interlake School Division Budget Summary for 2020-21.

  • Brandon Arbitration Award Finds Division Breached Collective Agreement – LINK to the story
  • Follow the NEW MTS Campaign: We Are What We LearnLINK 

“No matter how great our differences, the one thing most of us have in common is public school. The way those years shape and guide the direction of our lives is nothing short of profound. In We Are What We Learn, Manitobans whose backgrounds vary greatly reflect on their experiences in public school, the lives they’ve led, and how education contributes to a better Manitoba.”     

  • Previous campaign: My Classroom. Our FutureLINK

News Archives:

MB Government Introduces BILL 9; The Public Services Sustainability Amendment Act. Links to:

K-12 Review & the MTS Comprehensive Submission to the K-12 Education Review has been released to the public. 

    • Manitoba’s Commission on K-12 Education Public Consultation Discussion Paper – FULL DOCUMENT
    • Manitoba’s Commission on K-12 Education Discussion Paper – SUMMARY


MTS Update on Issues Documents

English version – click here          French version – click here

K-12 Education Review