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As three of those employees are considered essential services, only six will be outside picketing in shifts.

This is the next step in a labour dispute that has seen employees without a contract for two years. The locations included in today's strike were not included in the September 5 job action, which involved mostly public service workers, from the B.C. Government and Service Employees Union and the Professional Employees Association.

ICBC customers with claims-related appointments will have them rescheduled, and all essential services are being maintained.

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