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Congratulations Class of 2020

Virtual gatherings, parades, lawn signs and drive-in theatre style ceremonies were just some of the ways schools across Manitoba celebrated the Class of 2020. Be sure to look for extensive graduation covera... Read More...

MTS PD Day Still On

MTS PD Day will proceed with some workshops online and some in-person events, following a decision by the Society’s Provincial Executive. The executive met after discussing the day with presidents of the... Read More...

CMHR Statement

The Manitoba Teachers’ Society strives to respect and value diversity in all aspects of our work. We expect the same level of commitment to inclusivity and equality from all the organizations, partners and indi... Read More...

Few Details in Plan

Education Minister Kelvin Goertzen today announced Manitoba’s plan for the upcoming school year. While the goal for the 2020/21 school year is for all students to return to an in-class learning environment,... Read More...

MB Latest Plans

When does the 2020/21 school year start? Schools will reopen for students on September 8, 2020, after Labour Day. Teachers and staff will return to school on September 2, 2020. Is the 2020/21 school y... Read More...

Three Days Taken from PD/Admin.

Education Minister Kelvin Goertzen today announced that the 2020/21 school year will begin on Sept. 8 for students, after Labour Day. However, teachers and staff will be expected to report to schools on ... Read More...

End of Year Message

James Bedford, President of The Manitoba Teachers’ Society, reflects on the impacts of COVID-19 and thanks MTS members across the province for their extraordinary work in this end of year message.... Read More...

CERB Extended

Recognizing that many individuals are still unable to return to work or find employment, the federal government has announced that the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) program will be extended for e... Read More...

Food Program Announced

The Manitoba Teachers’ Society welcomed today’s announcement by Families Minister Heather Stefanson about the establishment of a $2.5 million Home Nutrition and Learning pilot project that will provide brea... Read More...