The Nova Scotia Teachers Union and provincial government are still in conciliation after restarting talks on Saturday.
READ MORE: Nova Scotia government, teachers union to return to contract talks
Both parties met over the weekend and agreed to more talks in the future but no dates have been set. A spokesperson with the union said she expected future talks to be held in the new year.
Teachers will continue to work-to-rule while the two sides are in conciliation.
The job action started after the last round of talks broke down in late November with the union walking away from the table.
READ MORE: Nova Scotia teachers’ salaries rank 6th among provinces: Stats Can
In the last year, teachers have rejected two tentative agreements that their union has recommended.
Contract talks also restarted Monday with the Nova Scotia Government and General Employees Union.
As of June 2016, 94 per cent of public sector contracts in Nova Scotia were expired. A further two per cent are supposed to expire by year-end, making for a total of 317 expired contracts.
- CRA to roll out new automatic tax filing system. Here’s what to know
- Canada hopes to boost regulation on natural health products. Here’s why
- Vatican formally renounces Discovery Doctrine after decades of Indigenous demands
- ‘There were failures’: N.S. shooting inquiry report slams RCMP response to 2020 tragedy