WATCH: Picket lines are up at Capilano University because the school’s faculty is on strike. Reporter Grace Ke has more on the impact of the job action.
Capilano University says classes at all campuses are cancelled today because the school’s faculty association is walking off the job.
About 640 members of the Capilano Faculty Association will be engaging in full-scale strike action – withdrawing services and setting up picket lines at all three campuses in North Vancouver, Squamish and the Sunshine Coast.
The school says it’s developing contingency measures to make sure students complete courses and programs on time.
Final exams will go ahead as scheduled.
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