FAQ

Helping you prepare during transit strike action

The following FAQ has been compiled to help ECU students, staff and faculty during potential SkyTrain strike action. It is intended to be a helpful resource during a challenging time. Please note that ECU does not endorse any of the third parties listed below.

I rely on SkyTrain to get to school. How do I find an alternative transit route?
How can we know what to expect regarding the transit strike and ongoing labour dispute?
Will job action affect the buses?
Will Emily Carr University close during a full-scale SkyTrain strike?
What action is ECU taking during this labour dispute?
Why will classes not be cancelled?
What happens if I’m unable to attend class because there is no SkyTrain service?
What happens if I miss a class or exam?
I teach at Emily Carr. What steps can I take to ensure my students’ learning is disrupted as little as possible?
Are staff and faculty expected to come to campus in the event of SkyTrain disruption?
Is it possible to work remotely?
How is ECU helping students, staff and faculty find alternative ways to get to campus?
Why isn’t ECU arranging transport for students, staff and faculty?
Are there guaranteed parking spots for auto commuters?
What facilities does ECU offer for cyclists?