Spring break trips and parental concerns

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(courtesy S-Trip)

With a spring break trip to Cuba just a week away for some students, a
Kamloops mom of two teenagers has concerns about just what goes on during those trips and the company running them.

Hillary Rockvam is a mother of two teenagers in Kamloops who has first-hand experience with the trips put on by S-Trip. She explains what happened with her children while on two separate trips organized by this company.

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