Morning North | Apr 24, 2013 | 6:45

School board blames enrolment drop on labour strife

The Rainbow District School Board in Sudbury is expecting fewer students this fall and says the months-long fight between the province and teachers' unions is the reason. Reporter Hilary Duff speaks with education director Norm Blaseg.

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