The [neo]Liberal elected representatives of our Provincial Government are refusing to meet with constituents to discuss the current crisis in education in British Columbia.
To be fair… he did so after children wielding… um… CHALK… wrote on the parking lot in front of his constituency office.
These same children played hopscotch and tic-tac-toe during the #MLAPlaydate.
It was pretty bad…
Here are a few more photos from that same #MLAplaydate…
You can probably understand why an adjacent business (Re/Max Realty) called the RCMP… No. Really!
It is time for the government to drop E80 and either negotiate a fair deal or agree to binding arbitration.
Please sign and share this petition:
Solve the present crisis in #BCED and let our schools open by agreeing to arbitration. http://www.change.org/p/premier-christy-clark-and-government-of-british-columbia-we-the-people-of-british-columbia-urge-and-expect-that-you-solve-the-present-crisis-and-let-our-schools-open-by-agreeing-to-arbitration?recruiter=5114145&utm_campaign=twitter_link_action_box&utm_medium=twitter&utm_source=share_petition
Also, there is a rally in support of public education and arbitration this coming Sunday at the Vancouver Art Gallery. You can find more info here: https://www.facebook.com/events/901258163235834/
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