Ontario’s education workers push back against Ford government

Following numerous waves of pandemic closures, mask mandates, and on-and-off online learning, this was supposed to be the first semester with a sense of normalcy for Ontario’s students. Instead, they find themselves in a state of limbo once again. As tensions escalate between the province and some 55,000 educational workers on the picket line for the second day, the Ford government is pushing to deem the job action that shut down many schools Friday as illegal. But workers remain defiant, closing down one of the country’s busiest intersections today, Yonge and Dundas in Toronto. David Akin has more.