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Teachers strike may be the best thing for our children; parents, not so much
As I write this, the provincial teachers strike that shortened the last school year by 2-3 weeks is still going on. The issue, as always, is not education per se, but power politics, specifically bad-faith bargaining and de facto union busting by successive Liberal governments.

The current Liberal government of Christy Clark is incapable of negotiating in good faith because it has no interest in doing so. It worships at the alter of private business and treats taxation and public spending as exercises in waste rather than as essential features of a healthy, civilized society. That is why it can deliberately starve an essential service of funds while granting all manner of policy and tax concessions to corporations, which, not coincidentally, donate generously to Liberal political campaigns.

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