The latest on the York University strike:

Five thousand students in four programs at York University will be able to return to class on Monday, as the Ontario Teachers’ Federation lifts its suspension of classroom teaching. The students, who will be taught by tenured faculty not represented by the striking union CUPE, represent about ten percent of York’s student body. The development was announced by the university here.

All four of Toronto’s daily newspapers — the Globe and Mail, the National Post, the Star, and the Sun — published editorials this morning calling for legislative action to force an end to the strike. The Star also ran a news piece explaining why that’s unlikely to happen.