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Description: Columnist Vaughn Palmer examines why the B.C. government opposes local bargaining for teachers.

Source: The Vancouver Sun

Date: 03/22/2012


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Questions for discussion:

  • Explain how local bargaining works in this case.
  • Why do the B.C. teachers prefer local bargaining?
  • Why does the government oppose local bargaining?
  • Consult your text: what is whipsawing?
  • Which side do you most agree with in this dispute?


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