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JOINT REVIEW PANEL: City hall technology & politics in the classroom

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Emily Yao & Will Cadell in our Prince George, B.C. studio (Photo Credit: CBC/Andrew Kurjata)

Do politics belong in the classroom?  Plus is new technology the answer to getting more people involved at city hall?  Our latest edition of the Joint Review Panel features Will Cadell, and Emily Yao.  They speak with Daybreak's Andrew Kurjata.

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