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NewsAlert: Nova Scotia premier promises to 'bring an end' to teachers dispute

HALIFAX — Nova Scotia's premier says he is calling the legislature back in session Monday to "bring an end" to the long-drawn-out contract dispute with the province's 9,300 public school teachers.

Premier Stephen McNeil said in a statement Saturday that after three failed tentative agreements it is clear the province and the Nova Scotia Teachers Union have reached "an impasse."

The teachers union has speculated that Liberal government would attempt to impose a settlement through legislation.

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