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New school in Brandon to be built using public funds, not P3 model

Grade 7 teacher Tammy Tukaluk gives instructions to her students as they work on an English Language Arts reading response assignment in their classroom at Riverheights School in Brandon’s west end on Monday. The province announced Monday it would set aside more than $100 million to see five schools — including one in Brandon — built through the Public Schools Finance Board.

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Grade 7 teacher Tammy Tukaluk gives instructions to her students as they work on an English Language Arts reading response assignment in their classroom at Riverheights School in Brandon’s west end on Monday. The province announced Monday it would set aside more than $100 million to see five schools — including one in Brandon — built through the Public Schools Finance Board.

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