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New Inuit Art Sculpture Honours Teachers

Winnipeg Art Gallery’s new Inuit Art Centre, Qaumajuq, and The Manitoba Teachers’ Society have unveiled a new permanent outdoor sculpture dedicated to public school teachers. The Verde Guatemala marble c... Read More...

Provincial Executive Election 2021

Provincial Executive members have had a profound influence on the welfare of teachers, status of the teaching profession and creation of the public education system. Interested in joining the Provincial ... Read More...

Province Launches Fast Pass Pilot

Beginning on Monday, January 18, 2021, the Fast Pass pilot project will offer COVID-19 rapid tests for educators. For the first two weeks, access will be limited to those working in the Winnipeg, Seven O... Read More...

Take the Break

These past months have been unlike anything ever experienced in the education system. Admittedly, there have been numerous challenges and issues along the way, but you have gone to incredible lengths to hel... Read More...

Will Not Enhance Safety: MTS

Break Plan Gets Failing Grade Education Minister Kelvin Goertzen announced today that the province will be mandating a two-week remote learning period for Grades 7 to 12 students, beginning January 4, 2021. ... Read More...

MTS Calls for K-3 Mask Mandate

The Manitoba Teachers’ Society is calling on the government to act swiftly to restore teacher and public confidence in school safety by mandating masks for all students in the K-12 public school system. ... Read More...