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Brian Skakun loses court appeal

On Tuesday, a Supreme Court Justice maintained a ruling from last year that found Prince George city councillor Brian Skakun guilty of breaching privacy laws when he leaked internal city documents to local media. It was a precedent setting case that received national attention and earned Skakun an award for whistleblowing. But it also caused him many sleepless nights. He spoke to Daybreak's Andrew Kurjata about the ruling.

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