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When Stephanie Rempel’s students get back to school on Monday morning, they’ll be met with a surprise: a stack of brand-new books, hand-picked for her Grade 3 classroom.

And how all those books got there is a story all its ownThe virus with Tokyo and Osaka under a state of emergency., complete with an unexpected twist and a mysterious benefactorThe fact that we.

It all started on SaturdayBen Spurr is a Toronto-based reporter covering transportation. Reach him by email at [email protected] or follow him on Twitter: @BenSpurr, when Rempel made her annual trip to a local bookstore to refresh the titles in her class at Winnipeg’s Harold Hatcher Elementary School.

When it came time to pay, she realized the $600 budget she had from her school wasn’t going to cover the books she choseSteve Russell. But RempelThe Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine at an immunization clinic a, who’s been teaching for 17 years, knew she couldn’t leave the rest behind.?

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