Premier Kathleen Wynne released the following statement:
"I'm happy to hear the results of today's vote by OSSTF members, and I'm so glad that teachers, support staff and students across the province will once again enjoy the extracurricular activities and programs that mean so much to them.
For the past few weeks, my team and I have been meeting with our partners in the public sector and engaging in positive, frank and collaborative discussions about our shared priorities.
Our government has immense respect for the educators of this province and we recognize the important role they play in our children's lives and in communities across Ontario.
Today's news is a great indication of the hard work all parties are putting into the repair of this valued relationship. It shows our willingness to work together, to listen to one another's concerns, and to find common ground on which we can rebuild a foundation of trust and create an effective process going forward.
I've been clear that this issue needs to be addressed within Ontario's existing fiscal framework. But I am confident that our government's commitment to fairness, consistency and respect in our conversations with OSSTF and all our partners will continue to result in real work being done for the people of Ontario."
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