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No Extra-Curricular Activities for High School Students

High school students who take part in extra-curricular activities today will have to find something else to do after class. That's because their teachers are taking a one day break from supervising. Laura spoke with Ken Coran, president of the Ontario Secondary School Teachers Federation to find out what his union is trying to achieve. Listen audio (runs 7:28)

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