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Teachers at the Anglophone school boards have voted in favor of a five-day strike

Teachers at the Anglophone school boards have voted in favor of a five-day strike
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Teachers at the Anglophone school boards  have voted in favor of a five-day strike to be held when the unions feel "the time is right." 

The English and French unions both say the province is not providing enough support for teachers to be able to do their jobs under the strained conditions and among their demands are smaller classes, more services for students with learning difficulties, higher wages, and better job security.

They also want Education Minister Jean-François Roberge's to resign.

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