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Is it safe to go back to school this winter?

Parents, teachers and premiers are divided: should schools open, close or remain online indefinitely?

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Following the holiday break, certain provinces have required some schools to deliver classes online only in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19. (Evan Mitsui/CBC)

School doors are swinging in many parts of the country, but not everywhere. 

Parents, teachers and premiers are divided: should schools open, close or remain online indefinitely?

Meanwhile, all this uncertainty is taking its toll on students across Canada.

Our question this week: Is it safe to go back to school this winter? How is e-learning working for you?

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