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Historic, rural school demolished in Giscome

 

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A school built in 1937 was demolished last week in Giscome, a small community just east of Prince George.

Students in the community will use two portables to attend class until a new school can be built. However, there is no guarantee when and if a new school will be constructed in the community.

Daybreak's Julia Kalinina traveled to Giscome to find out what the demolition means to the small community.


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