Daybreak Kamloops | Sep 2, 2014 | 4:10

Kamloops Parents Rally

They'll be out in the rain... protesting against the ongoing teacher's dispute. Kamloops parents want their voices heard. Daybreak beard from a mother of two who is helping organize a rally for later this morning.

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