The Morning Edition - Sask | Feb 27, 2013 | 8:24

Historic Regina School will be Rebuilt

Last night, the majority of Regina School Board Trustees voted to rebuild 3 Regina schools. The most controversial being 100 year old Connaught school, located in Regina's Cathedral area. We spoke to Carla Beck. She has children who attend Connaught school and is one of two trustees who voted against the rebuild.

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