BC public school teachers have been informed the union war chest is running dry.
The union has told its members it only has enough money to pay for three more strike days.
Daily strike pay for members is fifty dollars.
BCTF spokesman Richard Overgaard wouldn’t say when exactly that money will run out.
But, he says teachers will go into next week’s vote on whether to hold a full-scale walkout, knowing they’d be on such picket lines without any strike pay.
Overgaard downplays the situation, saying members have long planned for and been aware of this possibility.
The full-scale strike vote is set to take place Monday and Tuesday.