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Translink paying its executives more

cknw.com — With all attention on the education dispute, Translink released its salary disclosure documents for last year on Friday, just before the long weekend. And executive compensation is up. The documents show C-E-O Ian Jarvis received a total compensation package of $468,000 dollars. A 7% jump from 2012.

BC Federation of Labour schedules rallies to support striking teachers

cknw.com — The B-C Federation of Labour has announced a series of rallies this week to support striking teachers. Each day a protest will be held outside the office of a Cabinet Minister - Education Minister Peter Fassbender this afternoon and Premier Clark's office in Kelowna tomorrow.
Sep 02, 2014

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BCTF doesn't rule out binding arbitration as a way to end the strike/lockout

cknw.com — As calls increase for using binding arbitration to end the education dispute, the teacher's union is not ruling it out as an option. BCTF president Jim Iker says binding arbitration is a tool that can be used. "It is an option that we can take a look at in terms of some of the issues that we have at the table.
Sep 02, 2014

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