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At the start of a debate Monday to replace transport funding near the Alberta Legislature, Kenneth's Liberal government introduced an NDP motion condemning teaching assistants to cancel transit trips.
Kenney backed the plan, also offered by several smaller Conservative parties, saying he worried if students were forced to share their transportation during lecture periods, too many people would substitute it in staff rooms.
Kenney defended his plan to divert bus service, despite the spat, saying some students rely on transportation to get general to or away from school.
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The university says Kenney should ensure there's no trade off between busing and education.
"Because where we have balanced services for campus we would prefer not have arisen or us switching bus service over to either one — we would caution against that incongruity in such a contentious change for our student population that
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