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B.C. teachers create Northern Gateway lessons

The proposed Northern Gateway pipeline would run from Alberta to the B.C. coast, carrying oil to tankers for export to the U.S. and Asia. (Enbridge)

The Northern Gateway pipeline project has created a huge debate in many parts of this province.

Now a teacher from Kelowna and a colleague from northern B.C. are working on lesson plans to bring that debate to the classroom.

You can see the teaching materials on the B.C. Teachers' Federation website.

The Kelowna teacher was unavailable for an interview, but Daybreak host, Chris Walker, spoke with the head of the BCTF, Susan Lambert. 

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