Dear Editor: -- Kudos to Ian Cunliffe, marathon librarian.
On day 19 of his 22-day marathon to protest Bill 22's impact on public education, North Vancouver teacher Ian Cunliffe came through Langley.
Ian Cunliffe is not just talking the talk, he's walking the walk.
WITH muscles tearing and knees near collapse, a North Vancouver librarian is nearing the end of the 22 marathons he set out to run earlier this month in protest of the province's treatment of teachers.
School may be out for summer, but the Burnaby Teachers' Association is hosting a party for Ian Cunliffe, the North Vancouver teacher who set off on a crossB.C. marathon to raise awareness about the provincial government's Bill 22.
STARTING Aug. 8, a Canyon Heights elementary librarian is planning to run roughly 22 marathons in 22 days to protest Bill 22 and challenge funding cuts to public education in British Columbia.
If you're looking to keep your kids busy and outdoors this summer, Burnaby's Wildlife Rescue Association of B.C. is holding a series of camps with nature themes.
An open letter to George Abbott, minister of education: I heard the other day on CBC that you would be willing to go to court if necessary to stand up for teachers who are being bullied. Thank goodness, because we really need you right now. Teachers all across the province are being bullied by a pair of thugs. It seems that these two thugs have been: