BC's largest public-sector union says it has been invited back to the negotiating table by government negotiators. (Photo - Teri Mooring/Twitter)
BC's largest public-sector union says it has been invited back to the negotiating table by government negotiators.
The BC General Employees' Union says bargaining is expected to resume soon, but details are still being confirmed.
The union says it's a ``significant development'', and a direct result of its members' job action, which will remain in effect until further notice.
The Public Service Agency says there haven't been any reported negative impacts so far from an overtime ban imposed by the BCGEU, which represents 33,000 members.
Two people are dead and four are injured after a helicopter crashed in Prince George. The Transportation Safety Board of...
Relations between the two countries have become strained after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau accused the Indian governme...