Negotiate, don't legislate.
That was the message from members of Thunder Bay teacher's unions today.
About 250 people attended a noon-hour rally at Mini-Queens Park on James Street.
They were protesting a proposed bill that would freeze teacher's wages, prevent strikes and cut sick days.
The CBC's Jen Keiller was at the rally. She spoke with Linda Poulin, a grade 8 teacher from Vance Chapman Public School.