British Columbia: More than 650 B-C teachers are in Vancouver to vote on their leadership and priorities during the B-C Teachers’ Federations’ 108th Annual General Meeting.
The federation says in a news release that its president Clint Johnston made an opening speech on Saturday, saying key issues, like workload, haven’t gone away since the last round of bargaining and the shortage of teachers is threatening to make it worse.
The meeting runs until Tuesday and the federation says delegates will vote on issues ranging from education policy and finance to the health, welfare, and safety of teachers.
It says teachers will also elect their executive committee for the next year.
(The Canadian Press)

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