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MTS 102nd Annual General Meeting

May 13, 2021 MTS Awards Life and Honourary Memberships Today, MTS recognized the accomplishments of two dedicated members: Ian MacIntyre, who was made a Life Member of the Society, and Terry Price, nam... Read More...

The Provincial Bargaining Survey is Live

For the first time in MTS history, the Provincial Bargaining Survey will be completed online. The survey is open to all MTS members. Participation is voluntary, but we encourage you to fill out the survey as th... Read More...

Slam the Door on 64!

What is Bill 64? The government’s Education Modernization Act (Bill 64) opens the door to drastic, harmful reforms to K-12 public education in Manitoba. It is an attempt to rewrite the conditions of teaching... Read More...

A Handful of Holdouts

School Divisions’ Failure to Settle puts Teacher Salaries at Risk MTS and local associations continue to reach settlements with school divisions across the province. There are notable holdouts, however. As ... Read More...

U of M Seeks Teachers for Study

Share How the Shift to Online Teaching has Affected You U of M seeks participants for study on how moving from face-to-face instruction to online platforms during COVID-19 impacts teachers Title of Study: T... Read More...

Keep Schools Safe

It is well past time Manitoba teachers and school staff were included in priority COVID-19 vaccinations. A third, rapidly infectious COVID-19 wave, has arrived and neither government nor schools can be caug... Read More...

Candidates for MTS Provincial Executive

The top jobs on the MTS provincial executive will go uncontested this year. The March 1 deadline for nominations having passed, James Bedford and Nathan Martindale have been acclaimed for a further two-year ter... Read More...

MTS Fights for Principals

On Monday (Mar.15), Bill 64 – The Education Modernization Act was introduced in the legislature. This legislation provided context and clarification on some important questions posed by principal and vice-princ... Read More...