Peel Region public high school teachers are now in a legal strike position but their union said its members do not plan on walking off the job.

Instead, the OSSTF said teachers plan to limit their supervision outside of class, limit communication with parents outside school hours and could skip some meetings.  

This is their way of protesting Bill 115, which strips teachers of the right to strike and imposes a wage freeze.

Meanwhile, high school teachers in York Region vote on Monday on a tentative contract.  
        
The Toronto Star has reported while most teachers will have their wages frozen, younger ones in York Region will get a pay hike, but not until several months into the school year.