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Strike support in Oak Bay

Kathryne, left, and her sisters Gwyneth and Alexa Rumpel come out to show support for their aunt Elisha Buckingham on the picket line in front of Oak Bay High Wednesday morning. Rotating strike action will continue next week.    - Sean Roper/News staff
Kathryne, left, and her sisters Gwyneth and Alexa Rumpel come out to show support for their aunt Elisha Buckingham on the picket line in front of Oak Bay High Wednesday morning. Rotating strike action will continue next week.
— image credit: Sean Roper/News staff

 

Kathryne, left, and her sisters Gwyneth and Alexa Rumpel come out to show support for their aunt Elisha Buckingham on the picket line in front of Oak Bay High Wednesday morning. Rotating strike action will continue next week.

 

 

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