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Nanaimo District Secondary School staff Darlene Carolsfeld, left, Stephanie Robinson, Chantal Bernier and Leila Rai were among dozens of Nanaimo teachers walking the picket lines Monday as the B.C. Teachers
Nanaimo District Secondary School staff Darlene Carolsfeld, left, Stephanie Robinson, Chantal Bernier and Leila Rai were among dozens of Nanaimo teachers walking the picket lines Monday as the B.C. Teachers' Federation ratchets up pressure on the B.C. government with a series of rotation strikes across the province.
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Nanaimo District Secondary School staff Darlene Carolsfeld, left, Stephanie Robinson, Chantal Bernier and Leila Rai were among dozens of Nanaimo teachers walking the picket lines Monday as the B.C. Teachers' Federation ratchets up pressure on the B.C. government with a series of rotating strikes across the province.

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