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Teachers on guard as province plans to end contract dispute

The B.C. government will pass legislation to end the teachers contract dispute. Education Minister George Abbott made the announcement yesterday.

The decision comes after a government fact finder concluded there is no hope of a negotiated settlement.

To understand how the teachers are feeling about this, Daybreak host Chris Walker reached Jason Karpuk, the president of the Kamloops Thompson Teachers Association and Jenny Henri, chairperson of Kootenay Lake District Parent Advisory Council, explains how parents are feeling being caught in the middle between their childrens' teachers and the provincial government.
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