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It took a dozen years after then-education minister Christy Clark introduced a law to strip B.C. teachers of their bargaining rights on working conditions to mend relations between her government and the teachers’ union.

But as Thursday’s Supreme Court of Canada decision shows, the period of detente heralded in with a six-year contract negotiated in the fall of 2014 was not secure.

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