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Classes in session at David Lam

Classes at the Coquitlam (David Lam) campus at Douglas College are are unaffected by the one day strike by BC Government Employees Union support staff.

However, at the New Westminster Campus today unionized support staff plan to continue picketing until 7 p.m. tonight canceling classes, performances and services.

Information about the labour situation is on the Douglas College website.

Douglas College support staff have been without a contract since June 30, 2010.

 

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