Burlington says picketing teachers could cause disruptions
The City of Burlington issued a notice of possible disruptions due to picketing members of the Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation (OSSTF).
OSSTF announced it may withdraw services for one day on Wednesday and picket schools.
All City facilities will be open for business as usual.
“Parents and users of pools and facilities at Haber Community Centre, Aldershot Pool, and Centennial Pool should plan to arrive for their programs earlier to give extra time to find parking and enter the buildings as there may be delays from picketing”, warned the City of Burlington.
Information on the Halton District School Board's website says community use rentals will not be impacted.
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