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VIDEO. Putting Christy Clark’s talking points about teachers to the test

After using Twitter to address a province-wide teachers’ strike that has stretched into September, BC Premier Christy Clark surfaced on Wednesday to face questions from reporters. Here’s how well the press conference went for her:     Photo: YouTube

After using Twitter to address a province-wide teachers’ strike that has stretched into September, BC Premier Christy Clark surfaced on Wednesday to face questions from reporters.

Here’s how well the press conference went for her:

 

 

Photo: YouTube

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