By Lynda Powless Editor Six Nations could be feeling the effects of a federal Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) strike as early as Wednesday (April 19) when nearly 124,000 employees are in a legal strike position and another 35,000 could join Friday. That means Six Nations federal schoolteachers, who are members of PSAC, will find out at 9 p.m. tonight if they are on the picket lines Wednesday instead of in the classrooms. That will leave Six Nations working parents scrambling Wednesday morning to find babysitters for elementary school children attending the five federal schools here. Schools did not send out notices to parents of a possible strike until Tuesday, April 18th. The late notification could even affect Six Nations band services if parents are unable to find childcare
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