The Canadian PressMarch 7, 2014 05:16
VANCOUVER - The union representing 41,000 teachers in British Columbia has voted overwhelmingly in favour of job action.
B.C. Teachers' Federation president Jim Iker says a little more than 26,000 teachers, or 89 per cent of those who voted, cast ballots in favour of the job action during the three-day vote that wrapped up Thursday.
Iker says any job action would first be administrative, and the union would consult its members again before any provincewide walkout.