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Split boards

The B-C Liberals' Bill-22, which would in part, end the teacher's dispute is having a polarizing effect on this province.
School Boards in Northern B-C are no exception.
For example, the Terrace school board wants the provincial government to end teacher strikes and job action at schools.
School Board 57 Prince George is taking a different position.
The board there wants Bill 22 changed to allow a mediator to decide on salary and class sizes without government interference.
 Chair Sharel Warrington speaks with Daybreak's George Baker

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