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  • Thursday, April 24, 2014
    “CUPE members fully support teachers in their attempts to reach a fair and reasonable settlement,” said CUPE BC President Mark Hancock. “Our members will continue to perform their regular work and will not take on any duties normally performed by teachers.” The first stage of job action beginning on Wednesday, April 24th will impact the administration, not students. Planned job action by teachers...
  • Wednesday, April 23, 2014
    Please be advised that CUPE Local 15 support staff should not be performing any work normally done by teachers. While support staff will attend work as normal during any stage of the BCTF  job action, they should only perform their own work during that time (i.e. catch up on outstanding work, do maintenance activities or ongoing clerical work, update files, etc.) or other meaningful work (...

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