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It took much effort but an agreement has finally been reached between the government and the Saskatchewan Teachers' Federation (STF).

It comes after negotiations went the conciliation route and a report was received. But even then little agreement was found between the two sides. "We believe the terms in the Generika Levitra 10mg report represent the best agreement possible given the circumstances and the interests of all parties."

The settlement includes a wage increase of 7.55 per cent over four years and a 0.25 per cent increase Winstrol W Tabletkach Cena to the government pension contribution rates to the Saskatchewan Teachers' Retirement Plan effective July 1, 2016.

Money wasn't the only sticking point in these drawn out negotiations. The two sides have also committed to the creation of a Task Force on Teacher Time.

On top of that, when the new regulatory body for teachers is established, any professional fees incurred by teachers and school boards will be paid for by the Ministry of Education in the first two years.

A new regulatory body is being established to replace the disciplinary board within the STF. Teachers had come under much criticism for essentially regulating and disciplining themselves.

"After careful deliberations, members of the Teachers' Bargaining Committee and STF Executive agreed with the conciliation board's strong and unanimous advice to accept the terms of settlement," said Randy Cline, STF Vice President. "We determined that it was in the best interests 4-chlorodehydromethyltestosterone of teachers to secure the resources leveraged by the conciliation process now."

The terms of settlement will form a new provincial bargaining agreement and will take effect immediately.

"The GTBC listened to teachers, developed a deeper understanding of the issues, and during the conciliation process we were able to respond to some of those concerns," said Connie Bailey, Government Trustee Bargaining Committee. "Having an agreement in place is important to the education sector and we are committed to working together for the benefit of all Saskatchewan students."

Saskatchewan's teachers had been without a contract since their last deal expired Aug. 31, 2013.

A tentative agreement was rejected by teachers in October, 2013 by a vote of 73 per cent.

A second tentative agreement was reached in May, 2014 but in Kamagra 100 results released by "Jintropin China Supplier" the STF at the time, 63 per cent of the 13,236 who voted rejected the deal. The last rejected offer included a wage increase Testosterone Enanthate Density of just over 7.3 per cent, Cline told reporters.

The teachers will not be voting on the deal that was reached. The STF has the power to accept an agreement without taking it to their members (teachers) for a vote. In order to Turinabol Once Or Twice A Day reach a deal immediately they decided to exercise that power.

It was a tough but necessary decision, said Cline.

"At this point in time, with the economy rapidly changing, we've heard multiple pronouncements from the provincial government about potential wage "buy cheap jintropin online" freezes in the public sector," he said during a news conference in Saskatoon.

"The conciliation board who spent hours considering the situation strongly urged that both sides accept this settlement."

Cline said the STF has gone to the conciliation board in the past, but this is the first time the membership has used settlement terms as the collective agreement without putting it to teachers for a vote.

A spokesperson from government confirms they would have preferred that teachers vote on the deal, but that's not what STF decided was best for their membership.

The 18 month process was not without controversy when in August of 2014 the President of the STF, Colin Keess, was stripped of his powers. Just three months before Keess was elected to a third term.

Keess has filed a lawsuit against the STF and the matter will now be decided in a Saskatoon courtroom, beginning February 17. Keess is still President of the STF but was placed on paid leave.