Ontario's governing Liberals are repealing a controversial law that imposed contracts on public school teachers and limited their ability to strike. They say the change will take effect Jan. 23. The Liberals promised to repeal the legislation after imposing contracts on about 126,000 teachers and education workers across the province. The government says the move is "promoting goodwill and stability'' in Ontario schools. However, it remains to be seen if teacher's unions feel this is a move of goodwill, after having 2-year contracts already imposed on them.