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The Morning Edition - Sask | Nov 26, 2013 | 11:42

Prince Albert woman gets long-awaited apology

After a 15 year long legal battle, a group of women from Prince Albert have received a settlement and an apology from the school division where they suffered sexual abuse by their teacher. Sheila Coles spoke to one of those woman about what this means.

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