At this writing (October 16, 2017), Bill 28, has been passed by the Manitoba Legislature, but has not been proclaimed and therefore is not legally in force. Nevertheless, it contemplates a restriction on teachers’ salary increases of up to a maximum of 0% in 2018/2019, 0% in 2019/2020, 0.75% in 2020/2021, and 1.0% in 2021/2022. The Manitoba Teachers’ Society has joined other public sector unions in the province in challenging Bill 28 in the Court of Queen’s Bench.
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