Students across Ontario face more uncertainty when they head back to class next week, after the province's cash-strapped Liberals outraged unions by forcing two-year contracts on 126,000 public school teachers and education workers, the Associated Press reports. But Education Minister Laurel Broten said she will soon repeal the same controversial anti-strike law that gave her government the power to impose the collective agreements, which cuts benefits and freezes wages of most teachers. Union leaders whose members have staged one-day strikes and cut out extracurricular activities in protest of the law, wouldn't say exactly what action they'd take in the weeks...

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