The “Labour Relations Board sided with the province in its bid to dock teachers 10 per cent of their pay during the rotating strikes.
The union went to the board over the government’s decision to dock teachers’ wages in reaction to their job action.
Teachers argued the government’s move to reduce their wages needed prior approval from the Labour Relations Board.
But the board ruled Wednesday afternoon that it was siding the B.C. Public School Employers’ Association, the bargaining arm for the government.”