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Kids Enchanted by I love to Read Live

February 22, 2017 Manitoba students and teachers packed all three levels of the Burton Cummings Theatre for I Love to Read Live hosted by Virgin Radio 103.1 and sponsored by The Manitoba Teachers’ Societ... Read More...

Celebrate Teachers Feb. 12-18

February 9, 2017 Teacher / Staff Appreciation Week - February 12 – 18 Celebrating the tremendous influence of Manitoba teachers on children’s lives Remember those teachers who showed you kindness, ... Read More...

School Funding News Disappoints

February 1, 2017 Students Shortchanged by Public School Funding Announcement The Manitoba Government has announced an additional $13.1 million in funding for public schools for 2017-18. "An investmen... Read More...

COSL Election Information

January 31, 2017 COSL Notice of Call for Election An election will be held for two COSL Leadership Team positions. Both positions are three-year terms commencing immediately after the 2017 COSL AGM.... Read More...

Brandon MTS office moving

January 20, 2017 The Brandon office of The Manitoba Teachers’ Society is moving, effective Jan. 23. 2017. The office, which primarily serves the Educator Assistance Program, is now located at: 153 – 13... Read More...

Nominating Students for a YHA

Nominating your students is a SNAP! They’re kids with a cause – compassionate, creative and courageous. You can see them at every grade level, students who love serving in their schools and communities. Hono... Read More...

AGM Information & PX Nominations

January 30, 2017 The Complete Guide to Preparing for Provincial Council (AGM) MTS has prepared a booklet for teachers attending Provincial Council (AGM). The Complete Guide to Preparing for Provincia... Read More...

Labour eyes future meetings

January 5, 2017 Today Manitoba’s largest public sector unions and the Manitoba Federation of Labour met with the Minister of Finance, at his request.  The meeting was the first of what we expect to b... Read More...

PISA puts focus on poverty

Dec. 6, 2016 Both MTS President Norm Gould and Education Minister Ian Wishart say poverty must be addressed to improve outcomes in Manitoba schools. The two were reacting to the release of the latest test... Read More...

Pallister: Wage “pause” coming

Nov. 23, 2016 Premier Brian Pallister continues to suggest a freeze in public sector wages is in the works, but says he won’t release details for the time being. Speaking with reporters on Nov. 22 he said... Read More...