A Remembrance Day service was cancelled Friday at a Scarborough school because of the ongoing labour dispute between teachers and the province.

Students at David and Mary Thompson Collegiate learned of the assembly’s cancellation Friday morning.

Reports indicate Not enough teachers were willing to provide extra supervision to prepare for the assembly.

Cutting back on extracurricular activities at school is part of a withdrawal of services by teachers to protest Bill 115, which imposes a contract on teachers.

Many teachers are concerned after legislation passed limited the ability of teachers’ unions to strike, cut benefits and froze wages.

Students at the school said they are angry the labour dispute prevented them from honouring veterans the way they were meant to be honoured.

Instead of an assembly, the school marked Remembrance Day with a P.A. announcement and a moment of silence.