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Taber schools benefiting from provincial funding announcement

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By J.W. Schnarr Taber Times It has been billed as the largest school construction project in Canadian history, and the D.A. Ferguson/W.R. Myers High School complex is going to be a part of it. On Oct. 10, the provincial government announced an additional $43.2 million in funding to school boards this year for an additional 55 new schools and 20 modernizations. In all, the… Read More »

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