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'Namgis eyes expansion, teachers defend job action and political panel

Chief Bill Cranmer discusses the 'Namgis First Nation's plans to expand to the north island, and whether it could save tiny Woss Lake Elementary school.
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Susan Lambert, president of the BC Teachers' Federation, responds to concerns that students are suffering because of the continuing job action by teachers in which they are refusing to perform duties including field trips, recess and report cards.
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The political panel looks at the continued decline in support for the B.C. Liberals, and whatever happened to the plan for private ferry operators on the coastal routes.
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