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Teachers vote on next strike move at AGM

Members of the B.C. Teachers' Federation are drafting a response to Bill 22.

It's a big part of their annual general meeting, which began this weekend and wraps up Tuesday.

Last week, the B.C. government passed the legislation to end the teacher job actio, and their ability to strike.

Janet Steffenhagen, the education reporter for the Vancouver Sun, was at the BCTF's meeting all weekend, and spoke with Daybreak host Chris Walker about what's happened so far.
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