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A teacher walks the picket line outside Vancouver Technical Secondary in Vancouver on May 26, 2014, the first day of rotating strikes by B.C. teachers. (John Lehmann/The Globe and Mail)
A teacher walks the picket line outside Vancouver Technical Secondary in Vancouver on May 26, 2014, the first day of rotating strikes by B.C. teachers. (John Lehmann/The Globe and Mail)

List: B.C. school districts affected by rotating teacher strikes Add to ...

Monday, June 2

  • #20 – Kootenay
  • #23 – Central Okanagan
  • #27 – Cariboo-Chilcotin
  • #35 – Langley
  • #37 – Delta
  • #38 – Richmond
  • #42 – Maple Ridge
  • #52 – Prince Rupert
  • #59 – Peace River South
  • #63 – Saanich
  • #68 – Nanaimo
  • #70 – Alberni
  • #83 – North Okanagan-Shuswap

Tuesday, June 3:

  • #10 – Arrow Lakes
  • #19 – Revelstoke
  • #22 – Vernon
  • #33 – Chilliwack
  • #36 – Surrey
  • #41 – Burnaby
  • #44 – North Vancouver
  • #45 – West Vancouver
  • #46 – Sunshine Coast
  • #57 – Prince George
  • #58 – Nicola Similkameen
  • #64 – Gulf Islands
  • #71 – Comox
  • #79 – Cowichan Valley
  • #81 – Fort Nelson

Wednesday, June 6

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  • No disruptions planned

Thursday, June 5:

  • #8 – Kootenay Lake
  • #34 – Abbotsford
  • #43 – Coquitlam
  • #47 – Powell River
  • #50 – Haida Gwaii
  • #51 – Boundary
  • #53 – Okanagan Similkameen
  • #54 – Bulkley Valley
  • #60 – Peace River North
  • #61 – Greater Victoria
  • #69 – Qualicum
  • #73 – Kamloops Thompson
  • #84 – Vancouver Island West
  • #91 – Nechako Lakes
  • #92 – Nisga’a

Friday, June 6:

  • #5 – Southeast Kootenay
  • #6 – Rocky Mountain
  • #28 – Quesnel
  • #39 – Vancouver
  • #40 – New Westminster
  • #48 – Sea to Sky
  • #49 – Central Coast
  • #62 – Sooke
  • #67 – Okanagan Skaha
  • #72 – Campbell River
  • #74 – Gold Trail
  • #75 – Mission
  • #78 – Fraser – Cascade
  • #82 – Coast Mountains
  • #85 – Vancouver Island North
  • #87 – Stikine

 

PREVIOUS STRIKE DATES

Monday, May 26

  • #5 – Southeast Kootenay
  • #6 – Rocky Mountain
  • #28 – Quesnel
  • #39 – Vancouver
  • #40 – New Westminster
  • #48 – Sea to Sky
  • #49 – Central Coast
  • #59 – Peace River South
  • #62 – Sooke
  • #67 – Okanagan Skaha
  • #72 – Campbell River
  • #74 – Gold Trail
  • #75 – Mission
  • #78 – Fraser-Cascade
  • #85 – Vancouver Island North
  • #87 – Stikine

Tuesday, May 27

  • #10 – Arrow Lakes
  • #19 – Revelstoke
  • #20 – Kootenay-Columbia
  • #23 – Central Okanagan
  • #27 – Cariboo-Chilcotin
  • #35 – Langley
  • #38 – Richmond
  • #42 – Maple Ridge
  • #52 – Prince Rupert
  • #54 – Bulkley Valley
  • #63 – Saanich
  • #68 – Nanaimo
  • #70 – Alberni
  • #81 – Fort Nelson
  • #83 – North Okanagan-Shuswap

Wednesday, May 28

  • #34 – Abbotsford
  • #37 – Delta
  • #43 – Coquitlam
  • #47 – Powell River
  • #50 – Haida Gwaii
  • #51 – Boundary
  • #53 – Okanagan Similkameen
  • #60 – Peace River North
  • #61 – Greater Victoria
  • #69 – Qualicum
  • #73 – Kamloops Thompson
  • #84 – Vancouver Island West
  • #91 – Nechako Lakes
  • #92 – Nisga’a

Thursday May, 29

  • #8 – Kootenay Lake
  • #22 – Vernon
  • #33 – Chilliwack
  • #36 – Surrey
  • #41 – Burnaby
  • #44 – North Vancouver
  • #45 – West Vancouver
  • #46 – Sunshine Coast
  • #57 – Prince George
  • #58 – Nicola Similkameen
  • #64 – Gulf Islands
  • #71 – Comox
  • #79 – Cowichan Valley
  • #82 – Coast Mountains School District

#93 (Conseil Scolaire Francophone) schools will be closed with others in their local communities.

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