No classes in 24 public Ontario colleges as more than 12,000 faculty go on strike. Beginning this morning, the strike affects more than 500,000 students.
Students have petitioned to receive daily reimbursement and have garnered over 40,000 signatures as of this morning.
While the strike continues, here's how it's affecting classes:
George Brown College: full-time classes suspended but Continuing Education classes continue
Humber and University of Guelph-Humber: full-time, continuing education, online and corporate training classes suspended
Centennial College: cancelled full-time courses but the strike will not affect co-op placements
Seneca College: full-time classes cancelled (attempt being made to keep part-time studies evening and weekends running)
Sheridan College: all full and part-time classes cancelled
Mohawk College: full-time programs and all apprenticeships on hold
While classes are suspended, these college campuses remain open and several services are still being offered.