Education is expected to be one of the major issues highlighted during Premier Gordon Campbell's televised speech on Wednesday. As a result, there's speculation about whether his administration will soon be in a renewed conflict with the British Columbia Teachers' Federation. If so, newly-appointed Education Minister George Abbott will be on the frontline of that conflict. So we thought it might be an opportune time to ask him how he'll deal with the Campbell administration's conflictual relationship with that union. Here's his response.
October 25, 2010