The Liberal government of Christy Clark is not so much a government as it is an anti-government: contemptuous of both the public good and of the citizens it is supposed to be governing for.
BC Teachers Federation
The Supreme Court has ruled that the B.C. government violated the constitutional right of teachers to negotiate class size and composition.
OSSTF/FEESO President Paul Elliott said, “the attack on public education in British Columbia is an attack on us all, and OSSTF/FEESO will continue to stand in solidarity with BCTF.”
Labour leaders have gathered in solidarity with the 40,000 teachers who are standing up for the rights of children to a quality public education by demanding a fair collective agreement.
Rotating strikes by the BC Teachers Federation began yesterday and CUPE BC President Mark Hancock said Premier Christy Clark needs to find a real solution to the problem her government has created.
The dispute over B.C. teachers' collective agreement is heating up with threats of lockouts and job actions.
A downright explosive section of a BC Supreme Court ruling says the Liberal government of Premier Christy Clark conspired to provoke a teachers strike in 2012.
The grounds for B.C. government's appeal of Supreme Court ruling for BCTF appears weak. The B.C. government should accept decision on bargaining rights and move on