Canada’s convenient negotiator won’t be at the table with teacher’s union and government

first_imgJust when it appeared the two sides in the dispute were ready to move forward with mediation, the mediator they were ready to move forward with, Vince Ready says he isn’t ready to get involved.Ready is widely considered one of Canada’s top labor troubleshooters and the B.C. Teacher’s Federation said last week he was someone who could move things forward.However, the government’s chief negotiator, Peter Cameron is convinced nothing will be able to move things forward until the teacher’s union is ready to move forward with some serious adjustments to its demands.- Advertisement – “It’s really over to them, if they’re in the mode of searching for some magical solution,” says Cameron. “But the real solution is they’ve got to grapple with the fact that their wage and benefit position is way out of line.”The teacher’s initiated the full scale walkout last Tuesday, but here in the Peace River North School District, it followed a June 13th rotating strike and the province wide June 16th study session.As a result, this will be the 7th consecutive day most local area students have been outside classroom.Advertisementlast_img read more

Lallana’s loan move, Spurs revel in West Ham misery – get stuck in to the talkSPORT quiz

first_img1 London rivals Tottenham and West Ham play each other live on talkSPORT Tottenham have the chance to exact revenge on West Ham for that 3-0 drubbing at White Hart Lane last season when they square up at midday this weekend.Spurs beat their London rivals on the opening day of the season and you can hear live coverage of the second meeting on Sunday 22 February 12pm.A day earlier Man City take on Newcastle, also live and exclusive on talkSPORT from 5pm.Liverpool also take on Southampton and so ahead of a pulsating set of Premier League games have a go at these 10 brain teasers…About | Privacy | Termslast_img

With Wenger staying, Arsenal are 17/2 to win the title next season – Coral DD

first_imgCoral’s Dave Stevens joins the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast to round up the latest sporting odds.Arsenal are set to announce on Wednesday that manager Arsene Wenger has agreed a new two-year contract.With Wenger staying, the Gunners are 10/11 to finish in the top four next season and 17/2 fifth favourites for the title.Arsenal are also reportedly keen on signing Riyad Mahrez this summer after the Algerian playmaker announced he wants to leave Leicester.But Monaco are the 5/4 favourites to land Mahrez, while Chelsea are next in the betting to be his next club at 7/2, with Arsenal 4/1 and Tottenham 8/1.Coral is the official betting partner of the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfastlast_img