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Supporters gather at rally for teachers

Parents, students, teachers and other supporters of the Nova Scotia Teacher’s Union rallied outside of the Nova Scotia Province House in downtown Halifax yesterday during the cold and late hours of the night. The crowd began to form at about 10:00 pm. Speeches were given and hot chocolate was poured while the group listened to a variety of speakers and showed their support for teachers across the province who are against Bill 75.

(Photo: Fadila Chater)
(Photo: Fadila Chater)

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(Photo: Fadila Chater)

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(Photo: Fadila Chater)

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(Photo: Fadila Chater)

Frances Buott, mother and supporter, speaks to the crowd at the rally. (Photo: Fadila Chater)
Frances Buott, mother and supporter, speaks to the crowd at the rally. (Photo: Fadila Chater)

Frances Buott, mother and supporter, speaks to the crowd at the rally. (Photo: Fadila Chater)
Frances Buott, mother and supporter, speaks to the crowd at the rally. (Photo: Fadila Chater)

Frances Buott is a mother of a child with certain needs, which she says have not been met by the limited resources currently available within the province’s system.
(Photo: Fadila Chater)
(Photo: Fadila Chater)

(Photo: Fadila Chater)
(Photo: Fadila Chater)

(Photo: Fadila Chater)
(Photo: Fadila Chater)

More information can be found here.
There will be another rally later today outside of Province House.

By David J. Shuman

David is a second-year journalism student at King's, is engagement/news editor of The Watch, and a copy editor of The Pigeon. He writes on student politics, campus happenings, and school news. 

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