Teachers remain on the picket line on day two of a full scale strike in the province, but all hope of a settlement is not lost.
Representatives for teachers and the government are getting back to work at the bargaining table this morning – according to the union and the Ministry of Education.
The government’s lead negotiator Peter Cameron wouldn’t comment on the state of affairs when reached by phone this morning.
Talks broke off Sunday night and no one was at the table Monday while teachers had what they called “study sessions” across BC.
After some harsh words from federation President Jim Iker Monday and yesterday morning, both sides met yesterday afternoon.
No word on what came out of that conversationm, or when the public will get an update on what, if any, progress is being made on reaching a settlement.