The public can now tune into the Chilliwack School Board meetings on Youtube, either as a livestream or an archived video. (Youtube)

WATCH: Chilliwack School Board meeting, Nov. 7 livestream

Items on agenda include sexual orientation, reconfiguration and boundary changes

Chilliwack’s school board is now streaming their meetings online, through Youtube.

Their first streamed meeting has already had more than 800 views online, and the Nov. 7 is set to be just as watched, with reconfiguration and boundary changes on the agenda.

Also on the agenda is the contentious issue of sexual orientation and gender identity in schools.

READ: Chilliwack trustee calls LGBTQ school program ‘weapon of propaganda’

The meeting begins at 7 p.m. Nov. 7.

Watch through the link below and let us know your concerns in the comment section below.

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