Sask. teachers get 5½% in proposed 4-year deal

Saskatchewan teachers have a tentative deal with the province that will give them a 5½ per cent pay increase over four years.

Saskatchewan teachers have a tentative deal with the province that will give them a 5½ per cent pay increase over four years.

The proposed deal would also provide some one-time payments in the first two years, CBC News has been told.

Teachers will vote on the offer on Oct 22.

The last contract expired Aug. 31.

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