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Rural school district sees opportunities in China

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The boom in China has been a lifeline for northern B.C. industries trading in lumber and fuel. But School District 91, responsible for the area around Burns Lake, Vanderhoof and Fort St James thinks there's money to be made exporting education. Superintendent Ray LeMoigne joined Daybreak North host Robert Doane to explain why.

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