Teachers Union Prez Runoff Vote, Today
Teachers in the province will be voting in a second ballot today to elect a new president of their union.
Two candidates are left in the runoff after teachers first voted from a slate of six hopefuls, last week.
They’ll now vote to choose either Liette Doucet or Wally Fiander as their new president.
One of them will replace King’s County teacher Shelley Morse, who’s led the Nova Scotia Teachers Union since August of 2012.
Morse did not run for re-election.